In this Data Governance webinar, we will investigate the operational efficiencies that need to be created in order to successfully ensure data management efforts are indeed optimizing data for its intended use. The panel of participants will explore operational processes, data ownership, business transformation planning, data quality monitoring and control, and integration of data security and privacy across the data governance framework. We will also discuss the role data plays in the digitization of business and how governance needs to adjust to accommodate this use.
Ernst Renner, CEO and Managing Partner, NEOS
Ernst Renner is a Managing Partner and Founder of NEOS and has worked with C-level executives in business transformation, data, and technology modernization and strategy for insurance carriers and financial services companies. He has more than 20 years of insurance and financial services industry experience.
Jeffrey Robinson, Vice President of Information Systems, Kemper
Jeffrey Robinson is Vice President, Information Systems for Kemper, an insurance company specializing in property and casualty insurance and life and health products for individuals, families, and small businesses. Jeff leads the Enterprise Information Management team that is responsible for providing data and technology services and expertise to support Kemper’s reporting, analytic and decision support activities. Jeff has over 20 years of experience working in the data management field including eleven years with Kemper.
Kevin Shannon, Global Head of Enterprise Data Governance, Dun & Bradstreet
Kevin Shannon is a data governance/ technology leader who has held seniors roles with companies such as AIG, Standard & Poor’s and, currently, Dun & Bradstreet. Overall, he has more than 20 years of experience conceiving and implementing enterprise data management strategies and technology solutions, defining information architecture, establishing vision from concept through completion, and overseeing the associated IT and business process change.
Keith Janson, Head of Data Management, Travelers