In October of 2020, the DOD published a new Data Strategy targeted at using “data at speed and scale for operational advantage and increased efficiency.”Download
Digital transformation requires trusted and timely data, but all too often governance policies meant to protect data end up blocking access for users who need it most. This prevents teams from moving or acting quickly, creates missed opportunities, and can even give rise to shadow IT. Any organization with a serious eye on leading their industry must have a data governance strategy that accommodates access to trusted data in real-time for users that need it — whether that's from the business side or the tech side.
Data governance can be a powerful factor to enable the use and distribution of clean data pipelines throughout an organization. The next era of granular governance controls allow decision-makers to approach governance at the atomic level. They can free data for stakeholders without risking its integrity or security. Specifically with a data fabric, decision-makers can create efficient security policies and maintain observability. Attribute-based security controls also keep data flowing while maintaining GDPR and CCPA compliance.