As organizations realize the true power of becoming a data-driven organization, concerns about privacy and data protection have become top of mind. As a result we're now faced with a long list of regulatory requirements, especially in the financial services industry - an industry being overwhelmed by data. In order to address regulations and governance concerns, as well as to derive valuable insights from the massive volumes of data organizations are storing, we're finding that customers are looking not just for a solution, but a trusted partner and advisor. They are looking for someone with experience to guide them through the process of creating a data lake that not only meets strict regulatory requirements, but provides their business users with the data they need to develop new products and services for their customers.
On December 1st, I will be hosting a webinar, along with Sunil Soares of Information Asset, that will focus specifically on data lake governance best practices for financial services with a specific focus on RDARR. During the webinar we will dive into multiple use cases that explore how financial services organizations are responding to initiative like BCBS 239, and we will discuss a few key areas, including:
- Identifying Critical Data Elements for RDARR
- Establishing Data Standards for Critical Data Elements
- Supporting data lineage for Big Data to support regulatory compliance
- Managing Data Quality
- Hardening Information Security
I hope you will join us on December 1st. You can register for the webinar here.
About the Author
Ben Sharma, is CEO and co-founder of Zaloni. He is a passionate technologist with experience in business development, solutions architecture, and service delivery of big data, analytics and enterprise infrastructure solutions. Having previously worked in management positions for NetApp, Fujitsu and others, Ben’s expertise ranges from business development to production deployment in a wide array of technologies including Hadoop, HBase, databases, virtualization and storage. Ben is the co-author of Java in Telecommunications and holds two patents. He received his MS in Computer Science from the University of Texas at Dallas.Follow on Twitter More Content by Ben Sharma