Engineering for compliance and data governance is challenge for all industries and verticals. Whether it is data localization, compliance required to connect with public digital platforms, GDPR, CCPA or the impending Personal Data Protection (PDP) Bill in India, companies have to engineer solutions for:
- Data acquisition
- Data storage
- Re-engineering data infrastructure for privacy
- Data anonymisation
- Data security
- Privacy, data and security audits
Data governance meetups are peer-to-peer learning sessions where practitioners share implementation experiences and insights with participants. Participants are welcome to submit topics and presentation ideas here.
Sessions are held monthly. Thus far, we have held meetings in July, August and September, covering GDPR compliance, frameworks for automating data governance and building resources that can help us, as tech industry, to establish standards for upcoming data governance laws. Video recordings are published on https://hasgeek.com/fifthelephant/data-governance-meetups/videos
October meeting will be held on Saturday, 10 October. Atif Akhtar of ThoughtWorks will speak about Data Catalogs and how to do them right. Mayur Ralekar of Skizzle will talk about end-to-end encryption as applied to email attachments
Participation in the monthly meetings is via Zoom, for registered participants. Alternatively, you can watch the YouTube livestream on this page.
For queries, contact 7676332020 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Data Catalog options and lessons learned trying to do it rightData Catalog First principles , talk about features such as-: Data Dictionary Lineage Business Glossary Data SLAs Ownership and Data modelling Search and Exploration Tagging and Compliance Data feeds and Democratization Key OSS catalogs and a brief overview/comparisons Amundsen vs Atlas vs Datahub vs Marquez, how do they compare on the above Which features should you go for as an org? Discovery vs. Curation Security vs democratization Compliance and Productivity Lessons learn (If time remaining)
Mayur Relekar, founder, Skizzle
End-to-end encryption for email attachmentsIn its current avatar, Skizzle is a browser extension that allows you to send/receive end-to-end encrypted attachments right in your Gmail. All user actions are written to a public blockchain which allows them to publicly verify their account usage and the state of their files(who has access), at any time. With a focus on data security and being privacy preserving, Skizzle intends to create a suite of products for various platforms that allows all kinds of users(individuals, small or big businesses/institutions) to plug E2EE of files and data into their normal workflow when using their favorite email or chat clients. We also intend to expand into a secure storage and data sharing platform where developers can plug our SDKs into their apps and offer a variety of E2EE use cases to their users, right out of the box. Talk Sequence: Introduction to Skizzle How does Skizzle do E2EE How is Skizzle privacy preserving How is Skizzle transparent What the future looks like for Skizzle