2020 has been a year unlike any in living memory with Covid-19, directly and indirectly, affecting every person on the planet. The repercussions of the pandemic have had an immeasurable effect on almost every person and organisation across the globe. The pandemic is changing the dynamics of how we operate as businesses. This displacement reveals the widening cracks in an organisation’s data strategy, as knowledge of company data and processes is walking out of the door. Businesses taking action with a renewed effort on Data Governance and Data Management will gain a head start in a post-pandemic world.
There’s a real conflict today with data privacy. On the one hand, increasingly tight privacy and security regulations are being introduced around the globe, such as GDPR and CCPA, and we are being given greater choices regarding sharing personal data. On the other hand, we are seeing an ever-increasing number of events that rip control away from the individual.
London, UK – 1 DECEMBER 2020: Solidatus, award-winner and leader in metadata management, announces that it is supporting the Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) and the City of London Corporation with the Digital Sandbox Pilot, coinciding with the opening of the Pilot to banks and regulators today.
London, UK – 16 NOVEMBER 2020 – Solidatus, the leader in metadata management, has achieved its first placement on the Gartner Magic Quadrant for metadata management as one of 17 market leaders in its field.
Back in 1995, a young Futures Trader Nick Leeson was working in Singapore on arbitrage trading on the main Tokyo index – the Nikkei 250 - for Barings Bank when he fraudulently hid massive financial losses from the bank in both London and Singapore. The losses incurred by the 200-year-old bank were estimated at $1.3 billion in unauthorised trades.