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About the Webinar
Change is hard, especially in response to negative stimuli or what is perceived as negative stimuli. So organizations need to reframe how they think about data privacy, security and governance, treating them as value centers to 1) ensure enterprise data can flow where it needs to, 2) prevent – not just react – to internal and external threats, and 3) comply with data privacy and security regulations.
Working together, these roles can accelerate faster access to approved, relevant and higher quality data – and that means more successful use cases, faster speed to insights, and better business outcomes. However, both new information and tools are required to make the shift from defense to offense, reducing data drama while increasing its value.
Join us for this panel discussion with experts in these fields as they discuss:
- Recent research about where data privacy, security and governance stand
- The most valuable enterprise data use cases
- The common obstacles to data value creation
- New approaches to data privacy, security and governance
- Their advice on how to shift from a reactive to resilient mindset/culture/organization
You’ll be educated, entertained and inspired by this panel and their expertise in using the data trifecta to innovate more often, operate more efficiently, and differentiate more strategically.
About the Speakers
Data & Analytics, Managing Partner, EY
Joseph Sommer is a Managing Director in the Data and Analytics practice of EY Financial Services Office (FSO). Joe has 30 years of financial industry and consulting experience, specializing in data valuation, data commercialization, and consulting solutions that increase data value. He works with CDOs, CFOs and business leaders to adopt leading data management practices and enable insights. Joe supports EY’s alliance with Snowflake, its participation in the Enterprise Data Management Council (EDMC), and its relationships with data technology suppliers. He also teaches a graduate-level course in “Data Science for Business” at CUNY Baruch College’s Zicklin School of Business.
Vice President of Data Governance & Privacy Engineering, Capital One
Awah Teh is Vice President of Data Governance and Privacy Engineering for Capital One where he drives strategic initiatives and architectural best practices in these areas for the company’s substantive data asset and cloud compute infrastructure. Awah is a seasoned technology executive and serial entrepreneur with a strong background in financial services, media and healthcare. Prior to Capital One, Awah served as Global Chief Data Architect at Yahoo responsible for modernizing data strategy to drive digital transformation for the company’s 2+ exabyte data asset moving from data centers to public clouds. He was also responsible for establishing data governance frameworks across all Yahoo brands, rethinking consumer privacy preservation and data lineage and helping create an enterprise-wide data ecosystem to break down silos. From high-growth tech start-ups to Fortune 100 companies, Awah has focused on using data to build robust, insights-driven and innovation-fueled business cultures and products with respect for privacy preservation.
Chief Commercial & Innovation Officer, Anonos
Steve Prestidge is Chief Commercial & Innovation Officer for Anonos. With more than 20 years in digital, Steve is passionate about helping clients use their data to full advantage for advanced analytics, monetization and cloud processing. At Anonos, his global team are expanding partnerships with systems integrators and professionals services firms and working directly with customers to accomplish more with their data assets without compromising privacy, security, accuracy or speed. Steve’s prior executive and sales leadership experience includes tenures with Dell, Getty Images and most recently Data Republic.
CEO & General Counsel, Anonos
Gary LaFever is Co-CEO and General Counsel of Anonos, Global Innovator at the World Economic Forum, former partner at the law firm Hogan Lovells, and former Management Information Consultant at Accenture. Gary has been working at the intersection of law and technology for more than 35 years, approaching complex data protection and utility issues from both perspectives. His passion has long been helping enterprises realize greater ROI from their data initiatives while preserving privacy, and he is well-versed in data and risk management for such highly regulated industries as financial services, healthcare and life sciences. Gary is a co-inventor of 35+ granted patents and 80+ additional patent assets internationally.