Data governance is an emerging trend in enterprise information management in an environment where most higher education institutions have distinct data governance practices spread throughout the organization. Providing an access-certification activity to report on the overall management of the availability, usability, integrity, and security of the data is a clear, end-goal aiming to support enterprise IT security and regulatory compliance. An established data governance model will also allow for a more consolidated identity governance model with clear orchestration of identity management and access control. This session explores the initial ground work of creating a framework for data governance and the role of information technology to access data.


Sabrina Da Silva

Systems Analyst, British Columbia Institute of Technology

Sebastien Gonzalez

Senior Manager of Identity and Access Management, University of British Columbia

Corey Scholefield

Identity and Access Management Specialist, University of Victoria

Tracy Macneil

Client Account Manager, University of Victoria