Informatica’s Brett Roscoe talks data management and data governance in the age of cloud.
Cloud data governance helps organizations set and enforce controls that enable greater access to data while ensuring security and privacy.
The data governance solutions landscape is evolving. Forrester’s latest research demonstrates what’s on the horizon.
As AI continues to advance, it will continue to permeate every layer of society.
Many companies will need the help of existing cloud governance frameworks to create their own. Here are a few famous examples.
Data masking of cloud data helps businesses meet data privacy regulations and protect operations, customers, users, and sensitive information.
The three major cloud providers have introduced cloud sovereignty packages in the past 12 months, with some launching entirely new tools and others expanding on what was already available to meet new demands.
Organizations can’t apply traditional governance approaches to the cloud and be successful. Here’s what to consider in cloud governance.
As companies build more dynamic cloud environments, cloud infrastructure entitlement management could answer security challenges.
With FedRAMP in control of all authorization, the speed at which officials in different departments can access data and create collaborative tools has improved, and cloud service providers can optimize security services to meet the criteria of one department instead of several.
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