Strict payment card industry (PCI) compliance to protect cardholder data poses a challenge in carrying out data migration
Non-standardized data processes make data aggregation and structuring difficult reducing data portability
Incomplete, inaccurate, inconsistent, and unreliable data slows the migration process and reduces its efficacy
The rise in cybersecurity threats and data breaches necessitates ensuring security across the data migration channels
Our Data Governance, Management, Migration & Security Services Include
Establishing policies, standards, and processes for data management and compliance with governance frameworks tailored to specific business needs
Ensuring accessibility and accuracy of data through data management services to organize, cleanse, and centralize it
Moving data seamlessly from legacy systems to modern cloud-based platforms through strategic ETL (extract, transform, load) processes
Safeguarding data from unauthorized access and cyber threats with robust security protocols for encryption, access control, and threat detection
Opus Enables Superior Data Governance and Security
Enhances data-driven decision-making with improved data accuracy and reliability
Reduces the risk of non-compliance penalties through enhanced security measures to elevate data governance privacy
Improves productivity by removing bottlenecks to streamline operations with efficient data management and migration
Facilitates the development of informed business strategies with better insights from well-managed and centralized data governance
Reduces the risk of data breaches and cyberattacks with robust measures to protect sensitive data
Ensures long-term viability with scalable data solutions designed to evolve with the business needs
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Frequently asked questions
Data governance is a key aspect of data migration. It defines and standardizes data and access policies for gathering, processing, and disposition of data along with the rules for access rights of different organization roles.
While governance focuses on establishing policies and procedures around data access and usage, data management enforces and oversees their compliance within the enterprise.
Effective planning, and strategic security upgrades while ensuring compliance and collaboration across business processes, are used to secure data migration.
Orchestrating data collection, validation, structuring, and migration planning and execution are the activities involved in data migration management.
Data governance encompasses managing and monitoring the availability, usability, integrity, and security of data across the enterprise systems based on internal standards and policies. It is key to ensuring data consistency, reliability, and security.