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10am - 1pm AEST

12pm - 3pm NZST

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Day One - Monday 13 September
10:00

Welcome from Corinium and the Chairperson

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Welcome from Corinium and the Chairperson

August 25 | 10:00 - 10:05

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10:02

International keynote: Data Governance transformation for data risk reduction

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International keynote: Data Governance transformation for data risk reduction

August 25 | 10:02 - 10:33

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10:33

Presentation: Data Governance, Privacy and Ethics as we Move Closer to Pervasive Advanced Analytics and AI

  • Looking at the considerations, models and practices that can safeguard the ethical use of data
  • Ensuring AI complies with human rights law
  • Why AI needs to be used in ways that minimise harm
  • Why humans need to be accountable for the way AI is used
  • Fairness in Machine Learning – how is this managed?
  • Machine learning for good governance

Speaking:

Jade Haar

Head of Data Ethics, NAB

Presentation: Data Governance, Privacy and Ethics as we Move Closer to Pervasive Advanced Analytics and AI

August 25 | 10:33 - 11:14

  • Looking at the considerations, models and practices that can safeguard the ethical use of data
  • Ensuring AI complies with human rights law
  • Why AI needs to be used in ways that minimise harm
  • Why humans need to be accountable for the way AI is used
  • Fairness in Machine Learning – how is this managed?
  • Machine learning for good governance
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Jade Haar

11:14

Data Governance Gurus Panel: Key Concerns - Data Governance, Privacy, AI and Ethics

One of hand we talk about ethics as doing the right thing with data - but we don’t talk about doing the right thing by whom. Whose interest are we operating in? This discussion will go to the heart of the following issues:

  • Looking at the considerations, models and practices that can safeguard the ethical use of data.
  • Organisational culture – do we believe that the customers or the organisation own a person’s data?
  • Making sure customers know what their rights and responsibilities are
  • What does the group think of the notion of a legal definition of data sovereignty? Is it less a case of ownership or is it more about rights and responsibilities?

Speaking:

Jade Haar

Head of Data Ethics, NAB

Benedict Chiu

Head of Data and Technology, Australian Conservation Foundation

Ray Greenwood

Customer Advisory Manager, NSW SAS Australia & New Zealand

Kathryn Gulifa

Chief Data & Analytics Officer, WorkSafe Victoria

Data Governance Gurus Panel: Key Concerns - Data Governance, Privacy, AI and Ethics

June 3 | 11:14 - 11:59

One of hand we talk about ethics as doing the right thing with data - but we don’t talk about doing the right thing by whom. Whose interest are we operating in? This discussion will go to the heart of the following issues:

  • Looking at the considerations, models and practices that can safeguard the ethical use of data.
  • Organisational culture – do we believe that the customers or the organisation own a person’s data?
  • Making sure customers know what their rights and responsibilities are
  • What does the group think of the notion of a legal definition of data sovereignty? Is it less a case of ownership or is it more about rights and responsibilities?
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Jade Haar

Kathryn Gulifa

Ray Greenwood

Benedict Chiu

11:59

Why it's time to Re-Imagine Data Governance

Data governance is broken - it’s time to take a different approach. Reimagine your data governance to lead with the data, and apply ML and deep data insight to automate manual processes, get to value faster, and improve accuracy across your governance programs.

Join this BigID CEO, Dimitri Sirota to learn how to reimagine data governance for scalable, efficient, and accurate data governance that challenges traditional limitations. 

Speaking:

Dimitri Sirota

CEO and Co-Founder, BigID

Why it's time to Re-Imagine Data Governance

August 25 | 11:59 - 12:19

Data governance is broken - it’s time to take a different approach. Reimagine your data governance to lead with the data, and apply ML and deep data insight to automate manual processes, get to value faster, and improve accuracy across your governance programs.

Join this BigID CEO, Dimitri Sirota to learn how to reimagine data governance for scalable, efficient, and accurate data governance that challenges traditional limitations. 

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Dimitri Sirota

12:19

Keynote panel: Viewing Data Governance through a Risk Lens

  • Deciding the critical data elements of each business
  • A risk based approach to data quality and lineage
  • Private information and how to manage it
  • Ensuring Data risk is minimised from a strategic and operational point of view
  • Managing issues of stewardship and custodianship
  • Where is our data and what data do we have? Why is there a habit of always collecting?
  • Life cycle management and data disposal
  • How the data asset is required, acquired and used
  • Using awareness and education to encourage business units to take more ownership of their data
  • Bringing the data under the appropriate technical controls

Speaking:

Nick Dennis

Regional VP Solutions Consulting APJ, Tealium

Trisha Lee

Head of Data Risk & Compliance, ANZ

Nitish Mathew

Global Head of Data Engineering, Afterpay

Darren Klein

General Manager Data & Analytics, MLC Life Insurance

Keynote panel: Viewing Data Governance through a Risk Lens

September 13 | 12:19 - 12:59

  • Deciding the critical data elements of each business
  • A risk based approach to data quality and lineage
  • Private information and how to manage it
  • Ensuring Data risk is minimised from a strategic and operational point of view
  • Managing issues of stewardship and custodianship
  • Where is our data and what data do we have? Why is there a habit of always collecting?
  • Life cycle management and data disposal
  • How the data asset is required, acquired and used
  • Using awareness and education to encourage business units to take more ownership of their data
  • Bringing the data under the appropriate technical controls
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Darren Klein

Trisha Lee

Nitish Mathew

Nick Dennis

12:59

Governing your data with Snowflake

In this session we'll explore Snowflake's holistic approach to managing sensitive data from initial classification through to anonymisation. Furthermore, we'll dive into how Snowflake can surface behavioural patterns behind dataset access to help establish the who and why behind privileged data access.

Speaking:

Wasim El-Omari

Cyber Security Field CTO, Snowflake

Governing your data with Snowflake

January 29 | 12:59 - 13:25

In this session we'll explore Snowflake's holistic approach to managing sensitive data from initial classification through to anonymisation. Furthermore, we'll dive into how Snowflake can surface behavioural patterns behind dataset access to help establish the who and why behind privileged data access.

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Wasim El-Omari

1:25

End of CDAO Deep Dive Governance - Day 1

 

End of CDAO Deep Dive Governance - Day 1

August 25 | 13:25

 

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Day Two - Tuesday 14 September
10:00

Welcome from Corinium

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Welcome from Corinium

August 26 | 10:00 - 10:05

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10:02

Panel Discussion: Adapt to a new world of data sharing: Data risk and governance without physical limits

For many companies, their risk appetite and posture has changed with staff working from home. In this “out of sight, out of mind” reality, how can companies leverage new advancements in technologies like the Cloud to support fast yet secure, democratised but protected access to and sharing of their data assets?

  • Data privacy and protection in a remote working environment
  • Security implications of moving to the Cloud and how to use technology to enable remote work
  • Enabling fast, secure data access and sharing in your organisation

Speaking:

Della Zhuang

Account Director - APAC, Ataccama

Richard Drummond

Head of Data Management, ME Bank

Zak Khan

Senior Manager – Enterprise Business Analytics, Australian Energy Market Operator

Sandhya Iyer

Head of Data Governance, Strategy & Culture, Latitude Financial Services

Panel Discussion: Adapt to a new world of data sharing: Data risk and governance without physical limits

August 25 | 10:02 - 10:37

For many companies, their risk appetite and posture has changed with staff working from home. In this “out of sight, out of mind” reality, how can companies leverage new advancements in technologies like the Cloud to support fast yet secure, democratised but protected access to and sharing of their data assets?

  • Data privacy and protection in a remote working environment
  • Security implications of moving to the Cloud and how to use technology to enable remote work
  • Enabling fast, secure data access and sharing in your organisation
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Speaking:

Della Zhuang

Sandhya Iyer

Richard Drummond

Zak Khan

10:37

Case Studies: How Qlik’s Data Integration (QDI) platform simplifies achieving data integrity and availability

Effective Data Governance ensures reliable data is available at the right time, to the right audience. Qlik’s data integration platform delivers this capability and more.

  • Introduction to IBT and the Qlik Data Integration platform
  • Creating trusted real-time data pipelines with low impact on source systems using change data capture (CDC)
  • Changing from after-the-fact reporting to near real-time compliance checking
  • How one platform that operates in heterogeneous environments can save time, money and stress

Speaking:

Evan Hodge

Co-Founder/Tech Teams Leader, IBT (Integrated Business Technologies)

Case Studies: How Qlik’s Data Integration (QDI) platform simplifies achieving data integrity and availability

January 29 | 10:37 - 11:02

Effective Data Governance ensures reliable data is available at the right time, to the right audience. Qlik’s data integration platform delivers this capability and more.

  • Introduction to IBT and the Qlik Data Integration platform
  • Creating trusted real-time data pipelines with low impact on source systems using change data capture (CDC)
  • Changing from after-the-fact reporting to near real-time compliance checking
  • How one platform that operates in heterogeneous environments can save time, money and stress
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Evan Hodge

11:02

Keynote Case Study: Data Governance transformation for data risk reduction

MLC Life Insurance recently completed a four year, $600m technology project to re-platform a new life insurance company separated from NAB.  This included the migration of 40 years of data from NAB’s legacy systems into MLC Life’s newly implemented life insurance platforms.  With new systems, and old data, MLC Life embarked on a Data Governance transformation program in early 2020 to manage its data risk post its NAB separation. It is rare in Australia for a large $2bn+ revenue business to execute this breadth of greenfield data governance initiative, in the middle of COVID, covering everything from strategy, frameworks, technology, people and processes.   The lessons learnt, battle scars and practical insights generated from this program will be timely to delegates planning for, or struggling with, some part of the Data Governance journey.   This will be a frank expose of the realities and challenges of data governance transformation and mobilisation from a corporate data leader perspective.

Speaking:

Darren Klein

General Manager Data & Analytics, MLC Life Insurance

Keynote Case Study: Data Governance transformation for data risk reduction

September 13 | 11:02 - 11:22

MLC Life Insurance recently completed a four year, $600m technology project to re-platform a new life insurance company separated from NAB.  This included the migration of 40 years of data from NAB’s legacy systems into MLC Life’s newly implemented life insurance platforms.  With new systems, and old data, MLC Life embarked on a Data Governance transformation program in early 2020 to manage its data risk post its NAB separation. It is rare in Australia for a large $2bn+ revenue business to execute this breadth of greenfield data governance initiative, in the middle of COVID, covering everything from strategy, frameworks, technology, people and processes.   The lessons learnt, battle scars and practical insights generated from this program will be timely to delegates planning for, or struggling with, some part of the Data Governance journey.   This will be a frank expose of the realities and challenges of data governance transformation and mobilisation from a corporate data leader perspective.

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Darren Klein

11:22

Case Study: Building Data and Analytics Self-service into your organisation

This case study will look at transforming a large legacy Information Management Team into a modern Data and Analytics Hub. Daniel led this 18-month transformation, and the talk will touch on the topics of leadership and change during COVID as well as organisational design, operating model and architecture that enables business teams whilst supporting engineering innovation and governance. It will also look at:

  • Ensuring your governance and data literacy fundamentals are in place and appropriate for the audience
  • Maximising what data is available to your business units and how they can interpret it
  • How to achieve real success increasing data literacy across the organisation
  • How do you know you trust the data you have been given?

Speaking:

Daniel Morse

Head of Technology - Customer, Australia Post

Case Study: Building Data and Analytics Self-service into your organisation

August 25 | 11:22 - 11:46

This case study will look at transforming a large legacy Information Management Team into a modern Data and Analytics Hub. Daniel led this 18-month transformation, and the talk will touch on the topics of leadership and change during COVID as well as organisational design, operating model and architecture that enables business teams whilst supporting engineering innovation and governance. It will also look at:

  • Ensuring your governance and data literacy fundamentals are in place and appropriate for the audience
  • Maximising what data is available to your business units and how they can interpret it
  • How to achieve real success increasing data literacy across the organisation
  • How do you know you trust the data you have been given?
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Daniel Morse

11:46

Delivering on a Data Strategy and Maturing Capabilities through an Enterprise Data Governance Program

Data is everywhere. High volumes of data, stricter regulatory and quality requirements and growing cyber threats are major challenges for many organisations. This speaker will share how it is establishing new capabilities to strengthen the governance and management of its data and how that supports a data strategy

  • The link between data governance and data strategy.
  • Articulating a strategic approach to solving data governance challenges.
  • Gap analysis and maturity assessments to highlight the need for change.
  • The importance of a strategic approach to engagement and executive buy-in.
  • Developing fit for purpose data operating models.
  • Delivering data governance as a service by realising the benefits of data governance capabilities.

 

Speaking:

Daniel Doyle

Head of Data Management, Future Fund

Delivering on a Data Strategy and Maturing Capabilities through an Enterprise Data Governance Program

August 26 | 11:46 - 12:05

Data is everywhere. High volumes of data, stricter regulatory and quality requirements and growing cyber threats are major challenges for many organisations. This speaker will share how it is establishing new capabilities to strengthen the governance and management of its data and how that supports a data strategy

  • The link between data governance and data strategy.
  • Articulating a strategic approach to solving data governance challenges.
  • Gap analysis and maturity assessments to highlight the need for change.
  • The importance of a strategic approach to engagement and executive buy-in.
  • Developing fit for purpose data operating models.
  • Delivering data governance as a service by realising the benefits of data governance capabilities.

 

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Daniel Doyle

12:05

Close of CDAO Deep Dive Data Governance

Close of CDAO Deep Dive Data Governance

August 26 | 12:05

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