Business Intelligence, Big Data Management

Human-Proofing Sensitive Data Governance with Automated Data Classification

December 1, 2022

Human-Proofing Sensitive Data Governance
IT and business leaders are increasingly seeking to harness the valuable data they collect every day to transform their business operations. Yet, these data  assets are only as valuable as their organization’s ability to securely access and convert siloed information into scalable enterprise-wide insights. Even though  every modern enterprise generates a goldmine of data, many lack the necessary infrastructure to mitigate data privacy and security concerns enough to fully  leverage that data for informed decision-making and maximum impact.

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Devo

Devo unleashes the power of the SOC. The Devo Security Data Platform, powered by our HyperStream technology, is purpose-built to provide the speed and scale, real-time analytics, and actionable intelligence global enterprises need to defend expanding attack surfaces. An ally in keeping your organization secure, Devo combines the power of people and AI to augment security teams, leading to better insights and faster outcomes. Headquartered in Cambridge, Massachusetts, with operations in North America, Europe and Asia Pacific, Devo is backed by Insight Partners, Georgian, TCV, General Atlantic, Bessemer Venture Partners, Kibo Ventures and Eurazeo.

OTHER WHITEPAPERS
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Dell Validated Design for Analytics — Data Lakehouse

whitePaper | August 23, 2022

Digital transformation has moved businesses from a mode of retrieving and organizing critical information in conventional data stores to a new goal: capturing and storing every bit that passes through the business. The number and diversity of data sources are constantly expanding. New horizons are recognized in data as a raw resource with potential for value creation, even if specific points of value cannot yet be discerned.

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7 Trends for Data Science in 2021

whitePaper | May 5, 2021

Over the last decade, interest in the field of data science has not only increased enormously, but has also changed and developed considerably. In view of the new technological advances and the constant growth of data, we expect Data Science to continue to develop strongly in 2021. We have identified 7 trends that will be relevant for the coming year.

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Accountability and Traceability White Paper & Research Roadmap

whitePaper | April 18, 2023

The MIT Future of Data Initiative is leading a multi-disciplinary research agenda to design and stimulate the deployment of consumer-empowering and accountable systems to provide trusted, traceable uses of personal data on an ecosystem-wide scale. The Initiative has gathered together computer science and Internet policy researchers as well as leading commercial enterprises in financial services, payment technology, cloud platforms, insurance and other sectors to discuss current challenges and opportunities in privacy and data governance. Today’s modern privacy laws place appropriately high expectations on organizations processing personal data. At the same time, consumers report declining trust in those who handle their personal data and regulators around the world struggle with the scale of the enforcement challenge. We aim to identify and put into service technical infrastructure for enterprises seeking to handle personal data in a trustworthy and lawful manner with guardrails to enable the traceable, accountable, and scalable use of data.

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Data Analytics Integrity Challenges to Implementation of the Automated Data Collection Processes

whitePaper | March 12, 2020

In recent months, my company (Baron Consulting) has been proactively involved in setting up Data Collection Systems for a range of Private and Public Organisations we are servicing. Some of the data collection challenges have already been discussed in our recent Raw Data Collection 2020: Principles and Challenges White Paper. While the RDC (Raw Data Collection) paper analysed the current state of the everchanging Data Collection requirements, it did not have the scope to address technicalities of the RDC processes along with the specific Data Collection tools and methods. The purpose of this paper is to fill the void by looking into implementation of the automated data collection processes.

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PulseNet 2.0 White Paper

whitePaper | May 1, 2023

This document is intended to provide a high-level overview of the proposed data architecture for PulseNet 2.0. If the details come across as vague, that merely reflects where we are in the development phase. Further questions are welcome and can be directed to pulsenet@cdc.gov with “PulseNet 2.0” in the subject line.

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Enhancing data mesh: How distributed ledger solutions empower decentralized governance

whitePaper | June 27, 2023

Data mesh is an innovative approach to data management that offers a solution to the most common challenges organizations face when dealing with large-scale data management. Data mesh concept consists of four key principles for large-scale data management in a multi-tiered, multi-domain organizational structure: domainoriented ownership, data as product, federated computational governance and a self-service data platform. These all promote a more agile, efficient and scalable data architecture. However, one of the central challenges to implementing data mesh is designing decentralized governance mechanisms that align with its core principles.

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Spotlight

Devo

Devo unleashes the power of the SOC. The Devo Security Data Platform, powered by our HyperStream technology, is purpose-built to provide the speed and scale, real-time analytics, and actionable intelligence global enterprises need to defend expanding attack surfaces. An ally in keeping your organization secure, Devo combines the power of people and AI to augment security teams, leading to better insights and faster outcomes. Headquartered in Cambridge, Massachusetts, with operations in North America, Europe and Asia Pacific, Devo is backed by Insight Partners, Georgian, TCV, General Atlantic, Bessemer Venture Partners, Kibo Ventures and Eurazeo.

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