The European Union recently implemented its General Data Protection Regulation (EU) 2016/679 (GDPR). This new regulation has created a challenge for many organizations in terms of how to maintain compliance with the new data protection and privacy laws while continuing to use data for analytics.
Most businesses, independent of their business model, are concerned with compliance and profit. The business must comply with the law, regulations and conduct guidelines, and to be sustainable, the business must remain profitable.
There’s a general need for next-gen executives to not only understand corporate regulations, but be able to adhere to and follow them using metadata solutions like data governance. As the business world’s top asset becomes data, data governance will ensure that data and information being handled is
Many large organizations still have a large amounts of data on-premise, but also need data from a public cloud. Regardless of where the data resides, organizations can build a trusted data source from which they can drive key business insights and derive significant sustained advantages. Here's how.
There’s a revolution taking place within information governance. This change is driven by the growing needs of business users, and the recognition that trusted, high-quality, easy-to-find data can be the differentiator that drives better business outcomes.
Banking industry leaders are rethinking their incentive compensation strategies in terms of risk and compliance. Here are some important questions—and some best practices—that can guide banking managers and executives as they develop incentive compensation plans that drive both compliance and
A holistic and dynamic surveillance system that looks across the trading activity, specific actions and communications of the trader goes beyond traditional, rules-based surveillance systems. See how IBM Surveillance Insight for Financial Services provides a cognitive system that takes surveillance