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Dan DeMers is the CEO and co-founder of Cinchy, the global leader in Autonomous Data Fabric technology. Dan spent over a decade as an IT executive with the most complex global financial institutions where he was responsible for delivering mission-critical projects and technology investments. After realizing that half of all IT resources were wasted on integration, he created Cinchy with the vision to simplify the enterprise.
Cinchy was recently voted 'Best Solution for Improving Operations in Financial Services' by Bank Director Magazine. In 2019, Cinchy was voted ‘Best of Show’ at Finovate NYC, won ‘Top Pick’ at TechCrunch Disrupt in San Francisco, and named Canadian Fintech Company of the Year with clients that include TD, RBC, and CI Investments.
Dan has appeared on-stage at major technology and financial services events including TechCrunch Disrupt in San Francisco and Finovate NYC.
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This Week Featuring Cinchy CTO and Co-Founder Karanjot Jaswal
Universal Controls: How a Data Fabric Creates Meaningful Data Ownership
In jurisdictions across the world, there's a real push to give private citizens, small businesses, and nonprofits an increased say in how their data is used within digital services. This movement is introducing new rules and regulations to make consent, portability, deletion, and custodianship the new normal. But these outcomes are at complete odds with integration, a process that involves the unrestricted duplication of data and one that remains essential to IT delivery. What's needed is a new approach to building applications that doesn't produce copies. Join Cinchy CTO Karanjot Jaswal as he explores how Cinchy's Data Fabric platform leverages a network-based design to eliminate traditional integration and introduce universal access controls to digital services.
Learn how to:
Use Data Fabric to progressively eliminate ongoing data copying and integration
Enable universal access controls on your data
Use universal access controls to set data permissions once, instead of with every new integration
Protect and regulate data ownership in a way that meets or exceeds legal requirements (such as GDPR)
Plus, Karan will answer questions from the audience
Who should attend:
CIOs, CTOs, CDOs, and other heads of enterprise technology, data management, and architecture
VPs of IT/Engineering
Data Managers, Directors, and other Senior IT officers
Here are a few reasons why IT teams are already using Data Fabric technology
Universal access and data governance controls
Eliminate silos and enable secure collaboration on data
Dramatically reduce the time and cost spent on integration
Deliver projects faster by leveraging existing data