Data Governance predictions for 2012

    By: Mr. Adrian Bridgwater on Nov 30, 2011

    I came across some predictions for “data owners” for 2012 this morning that I thought might make interesting reading. A quick scan of the big four trends highlighted seems to suggest that it has been a tough year for many of us in the “data industry”.

    1 -- Secure Collaboration Will Become Truly Viral In The Year Ahead

    The upshot of this is that data owners will take back access control decisions from IT and demand automation to analyse data.

    2 -- Big Data Analytics Is The Next Big Thing

    OK so we kind of know this already, but the important thing to remember is that it will expand its focus to the biggest data of all -- unstructured information sitting on file servers, NAS devices and in email systems.

    3 -- Audit Trails & Drastic Measures

    We will see some IT departments taking drastic measures, such as shutting down “at risk” servers or access to e-mail if the proper audit trails are not in place.

    4 -- The Greatest Risks Come From Internal Threats

    We’ve heard this time and time again from consumer-level endpoint security (anti-virus) software vendors right through to deeper firms focused on application delivery controllers. But it’s still true.

    Released: November 30, 2011, 4:01 am | Updated: March 22, 2014, 6:44 pm
    Keywords: Opinion News | Data Management




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