A Creative Approach to Data Governance

Tuesday, August 21 | 3:30PM–3:55PM ET
Session Type: Virtual
A solid data governance strategy is necessary to ensure your institution's most important asset, data, is properly handled and secured. With increasing requests for data to be stored off-site and used for analytics, it is more important than ever to have a plan for the appropriate people to manage and monitor data proliferation. No matter how mature data governance is at your institution, you will learn some best practices to take it to the next level. This presentation is not a prescriptive plan; it will cover how the University of Colorado multicampus system has made data governance work and how you can too!

Outcomes: Learn how to relate the importance of data governance to others * Understand the spectrum of data governance maturity and where your campus falls * Be inspired to determine ways to improve data governance

Presenters

  • Sarah Braun

    Information Security Officer and Associate Director for Information Risk and Compliance, University of Colorado System

Resources & Downloads

  • Slides

    454 KB, pdf - Updated on 8/23/2018
  • Transcript

    39 KB, docx - Updated on 8/23/2018
  • Recording

    Updated on 7/14/2021