The second course in the Certificate in Data Management for Professionals introduces participants to data governance. including the distinctions between data owners and stewards. It then centres on implementing metadata management, data security, data privacy, and corporate data breaches. The course concludes with a lab that focuses on how to prepare a dataset for business owners.
- Week 1: An Introduction to Data Governance: Dama’s Data Governance Wheel, Distinctions Between Data Owners and Data Stewards, Business Stewards and Technical Stewards
- Week 2: Implementing Metadata Management in the Enterprise Organization
- Week 3: Data Security and Privacy
- Week 4: The Narrative of Organizational Data Breaches: Examining the Familiar Pattern of Corporate Data Breaches
What You Will Learn
- The fundamentals of data governance
- How to manage metadata in an organization
- The ins and outs of data security and privacy
- Patterns of corporate data breaches
NotesBy enrolling in this course, you will be automatically enrolled in the Certificate in Data Management for Professionals.
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- Professionals from accounting, sales and engineering who are involved in evaluating, implementing and/or using information management systems
- Industry workers from healthcare, manufacturing and finance who assess, apply and/or employ information management systems
- Those with one to two years of experience working with any enterprise information system (such as an ERP or data warehouse)