Data GovernanceOversight, ownership, compliance and accountability for data.
Data QualityEnsuring data is useful for its purpose, accurate and complete.
Data SecurityProtecting data in storage, transit and use from unauthorized access.
Data PrivacyProtecting personal data in compliance with laws, standards and ethical principles.
Data BackupBackup and restore processes.
Data RetentionImplementing policies for retaining and deleting data.
Data IntegrationMaking data available to systems and applications that require it.
Data ArchivingLong term preservation of data.
Data AnalysisThe practice of finding meaning in data.
Data AuditingA systematic evaluation of data management, data quality and data security.
Audit TrailKeeping a record of all data access and changes that can be traced to its source.
Master Data ManagementUsing an authoritative source for important data and preventing duplication related issues.
Data LineageRecording the history and origin of data.
Data StewardshipMaking individuals responsible and accountable for the content of data.
Data CustodiansMaking individuals responsible for data related technologies such as databases and integrations.
Data EscrowStoring data with a neutral third party that will release the data given certain conditions.
Data PurgingPermanently deleting data.
Data Risk ManagementIdentifying, treating and monitoring data related risks.
Data ArchitectureThe structural design of data systems and data models.
Data AnonymizationTreating data to make it difficult to tie it to a person.
Database DesignDesigning the structure of data such as relationships between entities.
Data AvailabilityEnsuring data is available as required.