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Day 1 - 20 October

How to Modernise Data Governance & Management to Match Business Objectives

How to Modernise Data Governance & Management to Match Business Objectives

October 20 |

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11:30

Presentation: Modernising Data Governance

Join Al Martin, IBM VP of Data and AI Development and host of the global podcast sensation 'Making Data Simple' in a live broadcast on modernising Data Governance. This episode features Oliver Claude, who is responsible for the hybrid/multi-cloud data fabric solution in the Data and AI Portfolio at IBM. Al and Oliver will discuss how to modernise your information architecture for business-ready data and discuss how IBM Cloud Pak for Data enables enterprises to implement business self-service while enforcing data governance in a hybrid/multi-cloud landscape. Oliver will share insights and best practices on how to accelerate time to value for data consumers, implement distributed data and ML pipelines, and enforce data governance across on-premises, private and public clouds, allowing you to adapt quickly to changing market conditions and help build a Cognitive Enterprise.

Speakers:

Al Martin

Vice President of Data and AI Services and Learning

IBM

 

Oliver Claude

Data and AI Portfolio Offering Management Program Director

IBM

Presentation: Modernising Data Governance

October 20 | 11:30 - 11:55

Join Al Martin, IBM VP of Data and AI Development and host of the global podcast sensation 'Making Data Simple' in a live broadcast on modernising Data Governance. This episode features Oliver Claude, who is responsible for the hybrid/multi-cloud data fabric solution in the Data and AI Portfolio at IBM. Al and Oliver will discuss how to modernise your information architecture for business-ready data and discuss how IBM Cloud Pak for Data enables enterprises to implement business self-service while enforcing data governance in a hybrid/multi-cloud landscape. Oliver will share insights and best practices on how to accelerate time to value for data consumers, implement distributed data and ML pipelines, and enforce data governance across on-premises, private and public clouds, allowing you to adapt quickly to changing market conditions and help build a Cognitive Enterprise.

Speakers:

Al Martin

Vice President of Data and AI Services and Learning

IBM

 

Oliver Claude

Data and AI Portfolio Offering Management Program Director

IBM

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11:55

Presentation: The Role of Data Strategy, Policy and Enterprise-wide Data Governance for Today and Tomorrow - Flexible, Adaptable, and Agile

Speaker:

Karen Halligan, Head of Enterprise Information Management, AMP

Presentation: The Role of Data Strategy, Policy and Enterprise-wide Data Governance for Today and Tomorrow - Flexible, Adaptable, and Agile

October 20 | 11:55 - 12:20

Speaker:

Karen Halligan, Head of Enterprise Information Management, AMP

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12:20

Presentation: The Missing Link to Data Governance Success: Automation

In this segment, we will explore the long-standing chasm that has existed in almost every company, that is the missing link to data governance success. We will discuss how Automation can eliminate this missing link, and bridge the gap that until now has been very expensive and complicated to solve. Join us for this session where you will see and discover the latest innovations in Data Governance, Data Intelligence and Dev Ops automation that is changing the industry. 

Speaker:

Sam Benedict, Vice President – Solution Strategy, erwin Inc.

Presentation: The Missing Link to Data Governance Success: Automation

October 20 | 12:20 - 12:45

In this segment, we will explore the long-standing chasm that has existed in almost every company, that is the missing link to data governance success. We will discuss how Automation can eliminate this missing link, and bridge the gap that until now has been very expensive and complicated to solve. Join us for this session where you will see and discover the latest innovations in Data Governance, Data Intelligence and Dev Ops automation that is changing the industry. 

Speaker:

Sam Benedict, Vice President – Solution Strategy, erwin Inc.

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12:45

Presentation: Getting Ready for Deep Learning- Modernising and Improving Data Quality and Data Engineering through Standardising Approaches to Metadata Management

This session will showcase the metadata repository (CIDA) project undertaken in the Cancer Institute, which created an organisation-wide approach to the management of metadata, analytics, research output management, data use and security, aimed to modernising the use of analytics and embedding modern data science tools and techniques. It will cover:

  • Building secure, API-first, data engineering pipelines using modern data science tooling.
  • Tracking data quality and data lineage across web assets.
  • How to approach the design of modular and containerised IT stacks optimised for data science?
  • Using Python and R to deliver web services and interactive analytics.
  • How to address inconsistencies across data nomenclature and developing flexible taxonomies to connect disparate datasets.
  • Replacing traditional ETL with a rapid-development data engineering pipelines.
  • Creating a web based framework for managing research and reporting outputs.

Speaker:

Dr Jamie Gabriel, Manager, Data Governance, Cancer Institute NSW

Presentation: Getting Ready for Deep Learning- Modernising and Improving Data Quality and Data Engineering through Standardising Approaches to Metadata Management

October 20 | 12:45 - 13:10

This session will showcase the metadata repository (CIDA) project undertaken in the Cancer Institute, which created an organisation-wide approach to the management of metadata, analytics, research output management, data use and security, aimed to modernising the use of analytics and embedding modern data science tools and techniques. It will cover:

  • Building secure, API-first, data engineering pipelines using modern data science tooling.
  • Tracking data quality and data lineage across web assets.
  • How to approach the design of modular and containerised IT stacks optimised for data science?
  • Using Python and R to deliver web services and interactive analytics.
  • How to address inconsistencies across data nomenclature and developing flexible taxonomies to connect disparate datasets.
  • Replacing traditional ETL with a rapid-development data engineering pipelines.
  • Creating a web based framework for managing research and reporting outputs.

Speaker:

Dr Jamie Gabriel, Manager, Data Governance, Cancer Institute NSW

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1:10

Conclusion of Day One – Join us again for more knowledge sharing tomorrow!

Conclusion of Day One – Join us again for more knowledge sharing tomorrow!

October 20 | 13:10

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Day 2 - 21 October

Making Data Fit for Purpose: Delivering Trusted, High Quality, Robust Data

Making Data Fit for Purpose: Delivering Trusted, High Quality, Robust Data

October 21 |

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11:30

2020 Talking Points Panel: Data Privacy, Risk, Usage and Compliance Requirements

2020 Talking Points Panel: Data Privacy, Risk, Usage and Compliance Requirements

Privacy and trust are becoming increasingly important in the public conversation. When health outcomes are of paramount importance, and policy is moving at pace, does a citizen’s privacy become a luxury?

  • How to meet business needs in an evolving landscape? Has C-19 increased the public’s fear of data misuse? Or brought to light the vital importance of data-driven decision making and what ramifications for data governance?
  • What do organisations need to do above and beyond legal compliance? Delivering on trust to your customers. How is the global data privacy landscape changing?
  • Data governance through a risk lens- ensuring data risk is minimised from a strategic and operational point of view.
  • How to protect data- privacy, integrity & usage? Why businesses need to take a holistic approach to customer privacy, ethics, compliance and digital trust.

Moderator:

Darshil Mehta, Senior Specialist, Data Strategy, CDAO, Australian Securities and Investments Commission

Panellists:

Virginia Wheway, VP Data and Analytics, koala

Stu Garrow, Senior Vice President & General Manager APAC, Talend

Michelle Kempster, Head of Data Governance & Quality, Tabcorp

2020 Talking Points Panel: Data Privacy, Risk, Usage and Compliance Requirements

October 21 | 11:30 - 12:05

2020 Talking Points Panel: Data Privacy, Risk, Usage and Compliance Requirements

Privacy and trust are becoming increasingly important in the public conversation. When health outcomes are of paramount importance, and policy is moving at pace, does a citizen’s privacy become a luxury?

  • How to meet business needs in an evolving landscape? Has C-19 increased the public’s fear of data misuse? Or brought to light the vital importance of data-driven decision making and what ramifications for data governance?
  • What do organisations need to do above and beyond legal compliance? Delivering on trust to your customers. How is the global data privacy landscape changing?
  • Data governance through a risk lens- ensuring data risk is minimised from a strategic and operational point of view.
  • How to protect data- privacy, integrity & usage? Why businesses need to take a holistic approach to customer privacy, ethics, compliance and digital trust.

Moderator:

Darshil Mehta, Senior Specialist, Data Strategy, CDAO, Australian Securities and Investments Commission

Panellists:

Virginia Wheway, VP Data and Analytics, koala

Stu Garrow, Senior Vice President & General Manager APAC, Talend

Michelle Kempster, Head of Data Governance & Quality, Tabcorp

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12:05

Presentation: Data Governance with Limited Resources- Leverage AI & Automation to Start Fast and Sustain Longer

Organizations who want to improve their data governance are juggling multiple challenges at once, including establishing a highly effective data governance strategy, finding experienced people capable of executing it, and the need to act quickly with limited resources.

Luckily, there is a way through these challenges. Automating metadata capture revolutionises the process of rolling out an enterprise data catalog. It eliminates the need to manually populate business metadata and enables users to focus on what matters: introducing and improving data governance. 

Join the session to learn how to:

  • Scale your data catalog and data quality initiatives with AI and automation.
  • Transform crowdsourcing from a tedious duty to an opportunity for data experts to share their insights.
  • Gain access to a larger ecosystem of available resources by scanning all data sources automatically, increasing the value available to data stewards and data citizens.

Speaker:

David Kolinek, Product Manager, Ataccama

Presentation: Data Governance with Limited Resources- Leverage AI & Automation to Start Fast and Sustain Longer

October 21 | 12:05 - 12:30

Organizations who want to improve their data governance are juggling multiple challenges at once, including establishing a highly effective data governance strategy, finding experienced people capable of executing it, and the need to act quickly with limited resources.

Luckily, there is a way through these challenges. Automating metadata capture revolutionises the process of rolling out an enterprise data catalog. It eliminates the need to manually populate business metadata and enables users to focus on what matters: introducing and improving data governance. 

Join the session to learn how to:

  • Scale your data catalog and data quality initiatives with AI and automation.
  • Transform crowdsourcing from a tedious duty to an opportunity for data experts to share their insights.
  • Gain access to a larger ecosystem of available resources by scanning all data sources automatically, increasing the value available to data stewards and data citizens.

Speaker:

David Kolinek, Product Manager, Ataccama

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12:30

Presentation: The Latest in Data Policy, Standards, and Quality

Shane will explore where data governance fits in the world or risk and compliance, the role of data privacy and how we can maintain privacy and confidentiality with automated data processing of personal information.

Speaker:

Shane Downey, National Manager Data Governance, Allianz Partners

Presentation: The Latest in Data Policy, Standards, and Quality

October 21 | 12:30 - 12:55

Shane will explore where data governance fits in the world or risk and compliance, the role of data privacy and how we can maintain privacy and confidentiality with automated data processing of personal information.

Speaker:

Shane Downey, National Manager Data Governance, Allianz Partners

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12:55

Conclusion of Day Two – Join us again tomorrow for more insightful content.

Conclusion of Day Two – Join us again tomorrow for more insightful content.

October 21 | 12:55

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Day 3 - 22 October

Modern Data Architecture for Maximum Impact - Faster, Cheaper, Easier Access to Data

Modern Data Architecture for Maximum Impact - Faster, Cheaper, Easier Access to Data

October 22 |

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11:30

Presentation: Modern Data Architecture: Ease of Access, Speed & Cost Savings

Speaker:

Marc Linster, Chief Technology Officer, EDB

Presentation: Modern Data Architecture: Ease of Access, Speed & Cost Savings

October 22 | 11:30 - 11:55

Speaker:

Marc Linster, Chief Technology Officer, EDB

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11:55

Presentation: Building a Data Environment that Aligns with your Organisation’s Unique Short and Long-Term Goals

Speaker:

Gladwin Mendez, Data and Information Security Officer, Fisher Funds

Presentation: Building a Data Environment that Aligns with your Organisation’s Unique Short and Long-Term Goals

October 22 | 11:55 - 12:20

Speaker:

Gladwin Mendez, Data and Information Security Officer, Fisher Funds

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12:20

Presentation: Ensuring your Governance and Data Literacy Fundamentals are in Place to Engage and Drive the Business

Speaker:

Michelle Bauman, Data & Reporting Services Director, Lion

Presentation: Ensuring your Governance and Data Literacy Fundamentals are in Place to Engage and Drive the Business

October 22 | 12:20 - 12:45

Speaker:

Michelle Bauman, Data & Reporting Services Director, Lion

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12:45

Presentation: Getting to Where we want to Go with Modern Data Architecture

This session will explore modern data architecture patterns to enable business analytics agility with assurance, covering both the technical and non-technical elements that should be considered.

Join this session to find out more about:

  • An approach to framing actionable business insights from data.
  • A pattern for rapid development of business information and analytics products.
  • Key capabilities of a modern data architecture and engineering pipeline.
  • Cloud and choice. An approach to technology selection.
  • The importance of partnerships between data, business and IT in getting where we want to go.

Speaker:

Vitus Chu, Enterprise Architect (Information), Transport for NSW

Presentation: Getting to Where we want to Go with Modern Data Architecture

October 22 | 12:45 - 13:10

This session will explore modern data architecture patterns to enable business analytics agility with assurance, covering both the technical and non-technical elements that should be considered.

Join this session to find out more about:

  • An approach to framing actionable business insights from data.
  • A pattern for rapid development of business information and analytics products.
  • Key capabilities of a modern data architecture and engineering pipeline.
  • Cloud and choice. An approach to technology selection.
  • The importance of partnerships between data, business and IT in getting where we want to go.

Speaker:

Vitus Chu, Enterprise Architect (Information), Transport for NSW

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1:10

Conclusion of Day Three – Join us tomorrow to ask your questions to industry experts

Conclusion of Day Three – Join us tomorrow to ask your questions to industry experts

October 22 | 13:10

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Day 4 - 23 October

Consistent, Transparent and Safe Data Across the Organisation

Consistent, Transparent and Safe Data Across the Organisation

October 23 |

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11:30

Panel Discussion: Key Concerns - Data Governance, Privacy, 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? What role can tests for invasiveness and bias play?
  • Making sure customers know what their rights and responsibilities are. How is human centred design informing data usage?
  • 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? What is the impact of ‘behavioural monitoring’?

Moderator:

Michelle Pinheiro, Head of Enterprise Data Governance, ANZ Bank

Panelists:

Noel Jarrett, Chief Data Officer, Telstra

Andrea Wecke, Chief Data and Analytics Officer, Program Director Information Integrity, Eastern Health

Samantha Gavel, Privacy Commissioner, Information and Privacy Commission NSW

Panel Discussion: Key Concerns - Data Governance, Privacy, and Ethics

October 23 | 11:30 - 12:05

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? What role can tests for invasiveness and bias play?
  • Making sure customers know what their rights and responsibilities are. How is human centred design informing data usage?
  • 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? What is the impact of ‘behavioural monitoring’?

Moderator:

Michelle Pinheiro, Head of Enterprise Data Governance, ANZ Bank

Panelists:

Noel Jarrett, Chief Data Officer, Telstra

Andrea Wecke, Chief Data and Analytics Officer, Program Director Information Integrity, Eastern Health

Samantha Gavel, Privacy Commissioner, Information and Privacy Commission NSW

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12:05

Presentation: Developing an Organisation-wide Framework that will Transform and Uplift Data Capabilities – Bureau of Meteorology

The Bureau of Meteorology stores petabytes of data that stretches across a broad range of environmental information such as real-time data and historical data, in addition to corporate and business data. This presentation will share some insights into how the Bureau has created a future-thinking framework that will transform the data capabilities of the organisation and will encouraging strong data governance and data management practices.

  • Examining the considerations and complexities of developing an organisation-wide data management program in an operational environment.
  • Establishing the fundamental resources and tools to enhance data governance practices, and how these are incorporated into a management framework.
  • Engaging with stakeholders and collaborating with peers and government to strengthen data management practices and drive business decisions.

Speaker:

Belinda Campbell, Manager, Data Governance, Bureau of Meteorology

Presentation: Developing an Organisation-wide Framework that will Transform and Uplift Data Capabilities – Bureau of Meteorology

October 23 | 12:05 - 12:30

The Bureau of Meteorology stores petabytes of data that stretches across a broad range of environmental information such as real-time data and historical data, in addition to corporate and business data. This presentation will share some insights into how the Bureau has created a future-thinking framework that will transform the data capabilities of the organisation and will encouraging strong data governance and data management practices.

  • Examining the considerations and complexities of developing an organisation-wide data management program in an operational environment.
  • Establishing the fundamental resources and tools to enhance data governance practices, and how these are incorporated into a management framework.
  • Engaging with stakeholders and collaborating with peers and government to strengthen data management practices and drive business decisions.

Speaker:

Belinda Campbell, Manager, Data Governance, Bureau of Meteorology

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12:30

Presentation: Building and Scaling Data Governance and Driving Towards a Data Centric Operation

Speaker:

Sandeep Shankar, Lead- Data Governance Strategy, flybuys (Loyalty Pacific)

Presentation: Building and Scaling Data Governance and Driving Towards a Data Centric Operation

October 23 | 12:30 - 12:55

Speaker:

Sandeep Shankar, Lead- Data Governance Strategy, flybuys (Loyalty Pacific)

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12:55

Conclusion of Data Governance Online

Conclusion of Data Governance Online

October 23 | 12:55

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