Workshops

On Monday, May 16, Data Summit 2022 offers a series of preconference workshops providing immersive training for data professionals. These 3-hour, in-depth workshops offer training from expert instructors that you can't get anywhere else. Workshops are part of the All-Access Pass or may also be registered for separately at $295 each when you register by the early-bird deadline.

Monday, May 16

Preconference Workshops

 

W1. Essentials of Data Privacy and Security

09:00 AM2022-05-162022-05-16

Monday, May 16: 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

This is an introduction, overview, and update for professionals who interact with data privacy functions and want to understand privacy and data security better. We walk through not just the regulatory environment and the ways in which businesses are responding (and failing to respond), but why privacy is important and what's changed to make that so relevant today. Learn about fair information practices, the legislative landscape, and how businesses can best secure their data. Don't get caught short when it comes to protecting the data stored by your organization. Join privacy professional Jeff Jockisch in this interactive workshop to understand how to better protect the sensitive data in your business.

Speaker:

, CEO, CIPP/US, PrivacyPlan

 

W2. Introduction to Knowledge Graphs

09:00 AM2022-05-162022-05-16

Monday, May 16: 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.

Knowledge graphs are a valuable tool that organizations can use to manage the vast amounts of data they collect, store, and analyze. Enterprise knowledge graphs’ representation of an organization’s content and data creates a model that integrates structured and unstructured data. Knowledge graphs have semantic and intelligent qualities to make them “smart.” Attend this workshop to learn what a knowledge graph is, how it is implemented, and how it can be used to increase the value of your data. This is a very interactive workshop, so be prepared not only to learn about knowledge graphs but to actually build one.

Speakers:

, COO, Enterprise Knowledge LLC

, Senior Consultant, Enterprise Knowledge, LLC

 

W3. Basics of Machine Learning

01:00 PM2022-05-162022-05-16

Monday, May 16: 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Machine learning is revolutionizing the process of complex decision making by enabling the analysis of bigger, more complex datasets and the delivery of faster, more accurate results. Although the technology is developing rapidly, many projects are still in their early phases. From selecting datasets and data platforms, architecting and optimizing data pipelines, and evaluating commercial and open source frameworks, there are many success factors to keep in mind. Attend this workshop to learn the statistical and algorithmic principles for developing scalable, real-world machine-learning pipelines and applications.

 

W4. Build Actionable Road Maps for Enterprise Data and Analytics

01:00 PM2022-05-162022-05-16

Monday, May 16: 1:00 p.m. - 4:00 p.m.

The starting point in developing and launching an enterprise data and analytics strategy is to understand the interrelationships that are necessary to deliver analytics capabilities. These relationships also account for skills and roles of everyone who works with data, from business executives to business analysts to data scientists. To measure and drive success, an actionable road map is needed, with each phase focused on being lean with a business impact. Attend this workshop to learn how to designate business drivers into analytic capabilities and data priorities, create and implement a road map, and deliver a compelling executive briefing.

Speaker:

, Principal Advisor and CEO, Radiant Advisors

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