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Data Access Management: Balancing Data Access and Data Security
Data Access Management (DAM) is the process of defining and enforcing policies that control access to application data throughout the enterprise. Until recently, DAM required a trade-off between data access and data protection, but that zero-sum game does not work in today's complex global data landscape.

The modern approach to DAM provides both greater data access and better data protection through centrally managed and universally enforced data access policies. Data access management solutions dynamically evaluate every data request against applicable access policies at runtime to determine what data the requester can see. They enable data governance teams to centrally manage data access policies and equip data system administrators with no-code/low-code tools to configure automated enforcement.

You will learn:
• The main pillars of Data Access Management
• The evolution of DAM
• How DAM solutions work
• Strategies to improve implementation

Sponsor: InfoVia

After the live webinar, registrants will receive a follow-up email with a link to the recording.

Oct 5, 2022 01:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Jay Piscioneri
Analyst @Eckerson Group
Jay has over 25 years of experience in data technologies including data warehousing, business intelligence, data quality, and data governance. He's worked with organizations in a wide variety of industries helping them plan and build their next generation data platforms. As a leader of many initiatives, Jay brings extensive experience in the nuts-and-bolts of implementing data solutions, as well as the organizational challenges that go with adopting new priorities, processes, and tools.
Michael Magalsky
CEO & Founder @InfoVia
Michael draws from a quarter-century of data and analytics experience at Micron Technologies, where he helped lead the big data effort to integrate the company’s massive volumes of manufacturing data to improve cost structure and quality of Micron’s world-leading memory products. Mike is a certified Project Management Professional (PMP), Certified Data Vault Modeler (CDVDM), and Certified Data Vault 2.0 Practitioner (CDVP2).