ADESA Certified Data Governance & Compliance Professional (ACDGCP) Syllabus
The ADESA Certified Data Governance & Compliance Professional certification syllabus has the following topic areas and sub-components –
1. Designing and Deploying DG&C Programs
1.1 Data, information and object modelling inputs to DG&C; Scoping methods
1.2 DG&C functional design issues and standards; Master-Data-Management schemes
1.3 DG&C systems roll-out planning and change management
1.4 Costing system deployments.
2. Managing Data Governance in a Corporate Setting
2.1 Managing and optimizing Data Governance Engines (e.g. Informatica Axon & Collibra)
2.2 Measuring and monitoring data quality; metrics and KPIs
2.3 Provenance, ownership and lineage cataloging of data assets; access resolution
2.4 Data governance issues for content management and collaboration systems
3. Managing Information Compliance and Data-related Risk
3.1 Information and Data Risk (IDR) typologies and taxonomies
3.2 IDR analysis frameworks to support decision-making; costs and trade-offs
3.3 Regulatory regimes and legislation impacting data compliance
3.4 Using Data Protection Engines (DPE) and Privacy Protection Systems (PPS)
4. Managing DG&C Audit, Assurance and Review Processes
4.1 DG&C audit processes; DG&C continuous improvement cycles
4.2 Conducting effective DG&C reviews and compliance checks
4.3 Commercial tools and frameworks for DG&C audits
4.4 Troubleshooting and triaging DG&C problems
The certification pdf with full syllabus and detailed certification rules will be dispatched electronically, via e-mail, once the registration has been completed.
Non-member candidates who have paid for the certification will be required to join ADESA with a minimum membership grade of Associate Member (which is currently free) before the registration is processed and accepted.
The online examination for the certification is scheduled no earlier than 2 calendar months after registration is made, to allow ample time for preparation.