Ataccama implemented centralized consent management and authorization for the bank’s customer data, making it clear to all group members and departments which data could be legally used for which purposes and laying the foundation for the group’s compliance with GDPR legislation. The solution design allowed for extension to future data privacy and protection regulations such as CCPA.
Ataccama’s solution targeted four company goals:
Implementing the solution for the banking group was especially complex, given that it needed to be done across an entire group of companies that shared data. We were able to determine precisely which companies in the group could use which data and for which specific purposes, and make this information clear to all data users group-wide. We successfully translated laws and regulations into easily understood data management rules, and incorporated all consent data, customer data, and regulatory and legislative rules into our wider MDM-based solution.
Ataccama’s approach to individual rights management on the data level covers:
Ataccama has the experience and technical know-how to translate law and regulation into a comprehensive data solution.
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The organization utilized the Ataccama ONE platform module for Master Data Management. Ataccama ONE MDM is an advanced, scalable, highly available module for managing and consolidating data, and providing master and reference data management tasks. Model and metadata-driven data processing enhances and complements Ataccama ONE data quality features and capabilities.
The European bank successfully consolidated customer portfolios for multiple acquisitions and built an MDM hub to power its operations, prevent fraud, and facilitate regulatory compliance.
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