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24Apr

Tips to Secure your Data Lake

 

In the first episode of our OnApproach Data Lakes series, John Best speaks with Rojin Nair, General Manager of Financial Technology at Celero. Join John and Rojin as they discuss predictive modeling, data lake security, and how credit unions must pool resources to gain an edge in the industry. 

This episode is sponsored by OnApproach.

In this episode:  

  • John and Rojin explore how predictive modeling can be based on very large anonymized data sets 
  • Learn more about the unique security considerations surrounding data lakes and how to prepare for security needs. 
  • Rojin and John share their ideas and tips for credit union collaboration in order to gain an edge over the big banks. 

Relevant Links:  

www.onapproach.com

About the Author

John Best

John Best

CEO

Best Innovation Group

John Best is recognized as a thought leader and visionary of technology advancements and financial application development within the credit union industry.

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