Data Access Without Universal Data Authorization

In late May, I was privileged to join a group of data leaders and pioneers building the data trust revolution at Airside 22.

I shared a case study from a data governance implementation that we did for an international financial institution as part of their data warehouse modernisation.

While the scope of the warehouse modernisation was to move the warehouse to the cloud, in parallel the goal was to shift business intelligence to a self-service model without compromising security and inappropriately allowing access to sensitive data.

I am happy to be able to share the recording of that talk. I share some of our mistakes and lessons learned – and I trust that you will find this 25-minute presentation worth watching.

Click on the picture below to go to the recording on Okera’s website:

Watch the recording

More broadly, all of the talks from the event are now available as recordings. If you are working in data governance, data security or data privacy then you will certainly find something of value from the great group of speakers – I know that I did.

You can find the complete list of talks here:

I will also share selected content from some of these talks over time in this blog – so please stay connected!

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