Executive Office of Technology Services and Security
Commonwealth of Massachusetts
In a digital world that is becoming increasingly data-driven, the CFO must ensure the organization is capitalizing on its data – something that requires an alignment of the business side of data and the technology side of it. Many organizations today struggle to align the business and technology sides of data and must overcome a number of organizational barriers to achieve properly balanced data-driven financial models. During this session, we’ll address the challenges many CFOs face in driving analytics for strategic and operational decision-making. Join us as we explore:
· Addressing gaps and challenges associated with data management
· Integrating data stewardship into the operational processes of the entire company
· Defining the core building blocks of a successful data strategy
· Developing data quality control processes including the adoption of business rules and the establishment of authorization points
Technology illustrates rapid pace advancement with corresponding costs and security vulnerabilities. Therefore, detecting and preventing financial fraud has become increasingly challenging with growing threats to cybersecurity. Business leaders’ focus on their IT infrastructure and their choices of technology and applications affects the security of employees and consumers alike.