“Organizations must be able to discover, protect, and govern the use of other types of sensitive data as well. This is becoming increasingly difficult as data volumes grow across all platforms, including those in the cloud. The job is too big to handle in an ad hoc, manual fashion.”
NEW YORK (PRWEB) March 14, 2019
The privacy clock is ticking for firms based in California or that have customers or employees who live in the state. On January 1, 2020, the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) will become law. Inspired by and modeled on Europe’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), CCPA gives consumers the right to know what information businesses are collecting about them, their children, and the devices they are using. Companies will need to be able to inform consumers about which categories of their personal information they may be selling and to whom—and they must give consumers the right to say “no.”
Io-Tahoe will sponsor the latest in its monthly series of webinars next week, focusing on how companies must be ready to address challenges posed by data privacy and protection regulations such as CCPA and prepare for others in the future.
Date & Time: Tuesday, March 19, 2019, 12 noon – 1:00 p.m. Eastern Time
Special Guest: David Stodder, Senior Director of Research, TDWI
Why Attend? “Organizations must be able to discover, protect, and govern the use of other types of sensitive data as well,” Stodder says. “This is becoming increasingly difficult as data volumes grow across all platforms, including those in the cloud. The job is too big to handle in an ad hoc, manual fashion.”
You’ll Learn: In this webinar, Stodder will discuss a wide range of issues regarding data discovery, including:
- What you need to know about CCPA and related data privacy and protection requirements
- How to improve data discovery so you can locate sensitive data across systems, including data lakes and cloud-based platforms
- Technology advances for smarter and more automated data discovery, data cataloging, lineage tracking, and audit reporting
- Practices for reducing the amount of time and cost involved
- Strategies that can improve not only compliance but also governance and trust in the data for BI and analytics
Register Here: https://io-tahoe.com/webinars/
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Io-Tahoe (http://www.io-tahoe.com) is a pioneer in Smart Data Discovery and AI-Driven Data Catalog products. In its efforts to continue to transform the data discovery market, the platform enables organizations to discover data across a wide range of heterogeneous technology platforms from traditional databases, data warehouses and data lakes to the cloud and other modern repositories, helping enterprises trace data elements across their systems in spite of outdated metadata definitions. Io-Tahoe utilizes machine learning algorithms to dramatically increase the accuracy, intelligence and speed of learning of complex data elements and data relationships throughout the entire business environment. Our platform has the capability to process 30 billion customer records, 1.7 million columns and saves time by processing many data sources in weeks, instead of manual discovery and cataloging for months.
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