Work with the Chief Data officers on implementing the Data Management Roadmap, inclusive developing a data quality program, implementing Data Retention, defining new data policies and standards, and developing communicating and training programs.

More Uses of the Data Retention Toolkit:

  • Arrange that your group adheres to security and Data Retention policies, file systems, data transfers, and other established guidelines.
  • Pilot: act as a liaison between maintenance and information technology in helping gather user requirements and ensure the successful implementation of an IT project.
  • Ensure you mastermind; respond to regulatory and customer inquiries related to privacy and information security in coordination with legal, compliance, and business team colleagues.
  • Manage knowledge and practical application of best practices for architecting, designing and supporting BI applications.
  • Develop harden ensure Data Retention organizationwide and validate processes pursuant to organization policies along with SOP development.
  • Devise: personal information tracking, data anonymization or encryption, Data Retention, and internal access control strategies.
  • Drive: review, oversee and/or perform all tasks necessary to assure system and application projects are developed, tested, assured of quality, and implemented in accordance with generally accepted best practices.
  • Confirm your enterprise coordinates the installation of database software and migrations to new data management system software levels, and ensures that migrations are appropriately tested and validated.
  • Provide operational performance information and analysis, recommending appropriate indicators for measuring program performance.
  • Audit: secure ensure Data Retention organizationwide and validate processes pursuant to organization policies along with sop development.
  • Facilitate the development and implementation of data quality and data protection standards and metrics across your organization.
  • Steer: work closely with the technology organizations to create an environment and architecture that makes data accessible to appropriate channels.
  • Identify and track application problems and ensure timely resolution in coordination with the Information Technology department.
  • Enforce your Data Retention policies, minimizing liability and cost while maximizing the effective data lifecycle.
  • Increase productivity by developing automated reports, eliminating duplication, and coordinating information requirements.
  • Provide thought leadership in areas as Data Retention, business continuity, disaster recovery planning/testing, and information risk management.
  • Systematize: act as the administration of the change management tracking system, access control, inventory management, baseline management, and information protection systems.
  • Arrange that your organization creates and runs queries and reports to extract and analyze data for reporting purposes and resolve discrepancies to improve associated business practices.
  • Specify functional analysis and design and work with developers and analysts to recommend solutions and resolve system issues.
  • Ensure products are up to date, patched with the most current releases, tested and operating properly in accordance with your organizational patch management process.
  • Serve as a technical leader in the installation and configuration of off the shelf enterprise level applications.
  • Provide legal guidance on your organizations data privacy and security programs and support implementation and maintenance.
  • Make sure that your project complies; projects range from new project builds through maintenance / enhancement activities, with a larger concentration on new projects being able to effectively apply technical skills in the full range of support is ideal.
  • Drive: monitor compliance and related guidance ( as Data Retention and audit requirements) to determine impact on enterprise information architecture.
  • Collaborate with data stakeholders to determine appropriate disaster response plans and Data Retention policies.

 

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