Under the Hood (5/21)
Under the Hood will be hosted at The New York Academy of the Sciences.
8:30 AM – 9:30 AM
Registration, Breakfast, and Networking
9:30 AM – 10:00 AM
Jeffrey Burk, SVP Engineering, Collibra
10:00 AM – 11:00 AM
Dieter Wachters, VP Engineering, Collibra
11:00 AM – 11:30 AM
11:30 AM – 1:00 PM
Select Partners and Customers
1:00 PM – 2:00 PM
2:00 PM – 3:30 PM
Begin with the basics and move on the most advanced concepts around workflows. Get started by creating a workflow from scratch containing a form. Fill it and save the information on an asset. Then, update the workflow to get the form pre-filled and execute some complex tasks using the Collibra APIs. Finally, learn how to deploy your workflow and have it triggered automatically against your specified events.
Learn how to get started with Collibra Connect and build your own API quickly. Get started with the basics and build a new connect flow from scratch. Discover cool tips and tricks to design your flow and use variables to ease the configuration step. Finally, see how the Transform Message (aka Dataweave capabilities of MuleSoft) can be used to deploy your flow anywhere.
Get your hands on the future of the Collibra integration! Learn how to create your first Collibra plugin. Explore all the possibilities, from REST endpoints to UI interfaces, and start envisioning how you can define a brand new experience for your data citizens.
⚠ Concepts and technologies presented in this session are experimental and may differ from the public release.
⚠ Basic understanding of development concepts is strongly recommended.
3:30 PM – 4:00 PM
4:00 PM – 5:15 PM
Designing Critical Data Process – Collibra Workflows (cont…)
Building Integrations – Collibra Connect Basic (cont…)
Building a Tailored Collibra Experience – Collibra Plugins (cont…)
5:15 PM – 5:30 PM
Wrap Up session
5:30 PM – 6:30 PM
END of Under the Hood
Day One (5/22)
7:30 AM – 9:00 AM
Registration, Breakfast, and Networking
9:00 AM – 9:30 AM
Felix Van de Maele, CEO & Co-founder, Collibra
9:30 AM – 10:15 AM
Fueling Strategic Transformation with Data and Analytics
Creativity requires inspiration, and today organizations are finding that their next big product or service idea could be gleaned from the Big Data their activities generate. Find out how companies are using Big Data to make key strategic choices that grow revenues.
Moderator: Stijn (Stan) Christiaens, CTO, Collibra
- Dessa Glasser, Principal, Financial Risk Group
- Luca de Ioanna, Metadata Management Lead, GIC Enterprise Information Management, Merck
- Martijn Spaan, Head of Data Management & Head of Offshore Operations, NN Investment Partners
10:15 AM – 10:45 AM
The Era of AI
AI is revolutionizing many fields driven by recent successes in applying Deep Learning to perceptual tasks and beyond. Applications of Deep Learning to enterprise problems are now becoming a reality, and organizations worldwide are now seeing a boosted value of their data and data systems as a necessary founding asset for their AI powered experiences.
- Massimo Mascaro, Technical Director of Applied AI, Google
10:45 AM – 11:15 AM
11:15 AM – 12:00 PM
Data in the Cloud – Understanding the real options for data assets
Deciding where an organization’s data should live – on-premises, in the cloud, or in a hybrid of those two options – requires consideration of multiple dynamics. Learn what organizational factors should be weighed up when exploring this aspect of a data strategy.
Moderator: Jeff Burk, SVP Engineering, Collibra
- Wendy S. Batchelder, Senior Director and Head of Enterprise Data Management | Enterprise Data & Analytics, VMware
- Ilya Epshteyn, Principal Solutions Architect, Worldwide Financial Services, Amazon Web Services
- Piyush Jain, Director, Data Governance, Progressive
- Ashok Kumar, Vice President, Data Architecture, Voya Financial
12:00 PM – 12:45 PM
Keynote panel – Building a Data-Centric Culture
To fully capitalize on data, organizations need employees at all levels to understand how data can be used to drive new and existing business – not simply operational efficiency. This requires a strong data-centric culture that includes wide access to trusted, high-quality data, data literacy, value and belief systems, and leadership. Hear how today’s Chief Data Officers bring senior stakeholders along on the data governance journey and marshal their support to drive organizational change.
Moderator: Felix Van De Maele, CEO and Co-Founder, Collibra
- Adrian Pearce, Group CDO, Credit Suisse
- Guy Lehman, VP, Data Strategy and Enablement, Walmart
- Jodi Morton, Managing Director, Chief Data Officer, KPMG
12:45 PM – 2:15 PM
2:15 PM – 2:45 PM
DNB is Norway’s largest financial services group and one of the largest in the Nordic region. 90% of the Norwegian population uses online banking. DNB has undertaken a major shift to liberate data and promote a data driven culture to serve these customers as personalized and as cost efficient as possible. This is a shift in mindset to focus on how to organize our data assets and use innovation power to create value of data. This strategic journey targets the processes, tools, and data to not only protect the bank, but also to grow the bank. Collibra and Trillium are important tools in that journey.
- Tanja Appenzeller, Head of Data Capitalization, DNB
Learn the key strategies and techniques needed to properly plan, implement and sustain data lineage. We will cover all critical aspects from planning and organizational culture to actual technical metadata scanning and automating the data lineage process, gathered from many years’ experience helping global firms. Key lessons learned from leading Fortune 100 companies will be shared on when/what to automate and when/what to capture manually. Several Use Cases will be shared on how to connect all the dots together to survive all the dangers and traps of data lineage implementation in a complex environment where people and processes are as important as systems.
- Dawid Duda, Head of Product Management, Compact Solutions
AI is growing with tremendous momentum. 94% of companies believe that AI is key to competitive advantage, yet only 1 in 20 companies has extensively incorporated AI into their offerings or processes. The bottom line is that AI is rooted in the data that supports it and there is a new frontier of data needed to drive value that is riddled with data quality challenges. AI has a growing trust and confidence problem. Solving for this requires building “new muscle” around data quality. Learn more about this problem and how leaders in Financial Services are tackling these challenges.
- Sreekar Krishna, Managing Director, Data Science, Artificial Intelligence and Innovation at KPMG US
- Bob Parr, Partner/Principal, KPMG US
2:45 PM – 3:30 PM
Defining, planning and building an internal capability to support your organization to become data enabled.
- Diana Racheva, Product Owner, Data Governance, Quicken Loans
- Sarah Richter, Technology Team Leader, Quicken Loans
- Kevin Conlon, Team Leader, Data Governance, Quicken Loans
- Maggie Hubble, Director of Data Governance, Quicken Loans
Learn the best practices associated with four types of reports: CDO dashboard metrics, progress monitoring, operational reporting, and annex reports.
Discover how to:
- Create these reports on top of Collibra’s Reporting Data Layer (RDL)
- Easily integrate these reports with Collibra’s Data Governance Dashboards
- Roll the reports out to the right stakeholders
This session will also examine how PMI reaped significant benefits, in terms of cost and time savings, as a result of this approach. PMI will also discuss its overall vision and roadmap for its RDL project.
- Naïma Zerrouki, Manager, Enterprise Data Governance System, PMI
- Tom Dejonghe, Director, Product Management, Collibra
Learn how Cigna uses Collibra to capture metadata for the insurance company’s Customer Master Data Management (MDM) program to increase collaboration around critical master data and improve the overall operational efficiency of the MDM program. The approach enabled the business and technical teams to understand in detail the data, its quality, its owners, and in what processes it is utilized. From this, the two teams were able to directly connect data policies to a set of business rules – driving even deeper collaboration.
- Sherri Adame, Chief Customer Data Governance Officer, Cigna
3:30 PM – 4:00 PM
4:00 PM – 4:45 PM
Customer Excellence Awards
4:45 PM – 5:00 PM
Philip Carty, CRO, Collibra
5:00 PM – 7:00 PM
Data Citizens ’19 Cocktail Reception
END of Day 1
Day Two (5/23)
8:00 AM – 9:00 AM
Registration, Breakfast, and Networking
9:00 AM – 10:00 AM
Welcome & Product Roadmap update
Jim Cushman, Chief Product Officer, Collibra
10:00 AM – 10:45 AM
Collibra in Action – Hearing from our Excellence Award winners
Philip Carty, CRO, Collibra
10:45 AM – 11:30 AM
The Future of Privacy and Emerging Technologies
The Cambridge Analytica scandal of 2018 has reinvigorated the debate about data ethics, particularly when engaging with machine learning and artificial intelligence. New technologies mean new considerations for privacy and an even greater significance for the business. With so many changes on the data privacy front, from new regulation to breakthrough technology, this session will outline how organizations can not only comply but stand out as leaders in privacy to maintain consumer trust and gain competitive advantage.
Moderator: Myke Lyons, CISO, Collibra
- Peter Jackson, Director, Group Data Sciences, Legal & General
- Mike Sawyer, Head of IT Risk for Corporate and Investment Banking, Societe Generale
- Peggy Tsai, Vice President – Analytics & Data, Morgan Stanley
11:30 AM – 11:45 AM
11:45 AM – 12:30 PM
Understanding the key value drivers of data enablement and how to quantify and track the benefits realized.
- Naveen Kumar, Senior Consultant, Information Quality & Governance, Dell
There is an increasing need to make data understandable, accessible, and trustworthy – or consumable. Hear how Credit Suisse is implementing a logical data model to create a one-stop-shop for data, and the benefits they have realized as a result.
- Spencer Rockman, Data Architect, IT Strategy and Architecture, Credit Suisse
- Peter Princen, Product Manager, Collibra
Develop a deeper understanding of the journey that the Freddie Mac Single-Family Data (SFD) team has taken to implement a data governance program within the organization. Established in 2014, the team built a data governance program from the ground up, and they continue to learn and evolve every day. Challenges that will be explored include:
- Communicating business value across Freddie Mac
- Approaching the design and implementation of the data governance program
- Linking the data strategy and business needs · Building a strategy for the metadata program
- Understanding keys to success (people, processes and technology)
- Vikram Chopra, Manager, Enterprise Data Strategy and Governance Function, Freddie Mac
- Jennifer Schultz, Enterprise Data Strategy & Governance Director, Freddie Mac
12:30 PM – 1:30 PM
1:30 PM – 2:15 PM
Approach to identifying and prioritizing data use cases with the business and planning the supporting delivery.
- Ashish Haruray, Senior Center of Excellence Lead, Data Governance, AXA XL
Over the next decade, most countries are expected to adopt or significantly enhance their data privacy rules – GDPR is just the beginning. Join us for an overview of the rapidly evolving landscape and best practices for managing regulatory change.
- Christophe Hallard, Partner, Deloitte
- Erik Luysterborg, Partner, Deloitte
- Bart Vandekerckhove, FRM, Product Manager Data Privacy, Risk & Value, Collibra
The explosion of data, analytics and data-oriented initiatives are challenging the traditional enterprise data management paradigm. Cloud-based storage has made data ubiquitous and accessible across enterprises to all data citizens. Fundamentally usage monitoring enhances trust, auditability and traceability, all which supports data-driven decision making across the enterprise. Learn about how marrying technical lineage and data usage can help extract value from your data.
- Pieter De Leenheer, Ph.D, Co-founder, Chief Science Officer, Collibra
- Martin Masarik, Co-founder, CEO, SQLdep
2:15 PM – 2:45 PM
To truly take advantage of growing data reserves, organizations need to be data-driven at all levels. Join us as we discuss the first steps toward making data, analytics, and business intelligence more accessible.
- Brian Matsubara, Senior Director, Global Technology Alliances, Tableau Software
- Ben Moser, Product Manager, Collibra
This interactive discussion will outline emerging challenges and best practices to incorporate data privacy compliance requirements into a data governance strategy.
The session will explore:
- Solving the privacy paradox: meeting global privacy regulations like CCPA and GDPR while fueling data-driven innovation
- The importance and challenge of connecting business context with data intelligence
- How to leverage technology at the intersection of privacy compliance and data governance
- How to implement privacy compliance across the data lifecycle through integration of crowdsourcing, machine learning and metadata enrichment
- Joaquin Sufuentes, Lead Architect, Metadata Management & Personal Information Protection, Enterprise Data Management, Intel IT
- Nimrod Vax, Co-Founder and Chief Product Officer, BigID
As organizations are collecting large amounts of structured and unstructured data, it is becoming extremely complex to manage data privacy. One specific regulation on the horizon is CCPA (California Customer Privacy Act), which will require companies to track customer data across various systems and demonstrate “permissible use”. Collibra’s platform can be a key enabler to track PII data elements across the data supply chain and to deploy workflows to track, update, and delete privacy information within enterprise networks.
- Nitin Agrawal, Managing Director, Deloitte Consulting LLP
2:45 PM – 3:15 PM
3:15 PM – 4:15 PM
Women In Data – Collaborating Effectively with the Business about Data
When embedding a data governance culture within an organization, it’s very important to bring the front-line business along on the journey. Yet, this often proves to be one of the most challenging aspects of any large data project. This panel of women who work in data-related roles will discuss common challenges in collaborating with the business and how they can be overcome.
Moderator: Angela Losacco, Vice President of Sales, West and Canada, Collibra
- Simmi Bhargava, Sr. Director, Data Governance, Adobe
- Amanda Eastman, Enterprise Data Governance Senior Manager, General Motors
- Namrata Kripalani, VP, Information Quality & Governance, Dell
- Susan Leroy, Sr. Manager, Business Technology, American Airlines
- Gina Morris, Data Discovery and Governance Architect, Lockheed Martin
- Susan Twadell, AVP, Enterprise Data Management & Enablement, Cox Automotive
4:15 PM – 4:45 PM
Felix Van de Maele, CEO & Co-Founder, Collibra
End of Day 2