Data Governor FAQs
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Acknowledgement Statements ensure that project members are aware of (and agree to) all Purpose-Based Restrictions before accessing the project's content. Each Purpose is associated with its own Acknowledgement Statement, so a project with multiple Purposes would require users to accept more than one Acknowledgement Statement. Immuta records whether each project member has agreed to the Acknowledgement Statement(s), the Purpose associated with the acknowledgement, the time of the acknowledgement, and the text of the acknowledgement itself. All Purposes are associated with the Default Acknowledgement Statement unless their statement has been customized.
Created by Governors, Global policies define how users can access all data sources across an organization. These policies can be applied to all data sources in Immuta or to specific data sources that contain tags defined by the Governor.
Created by Data Owners or Governors, Local policies define how users can access specific data sources within an organization.
Governors have the ability to create tags in the Governance section of the Immuta UI. Data Owners can apply these tags to their data sources and/or specific columns within data sources.
You can pull external tags that you had previously defined in an external catalog (e.g. Collibra, Apache Atlas, etc.) from the Governance page.
Purpose-based restrictions can be created by the Immuta Governor or Project Owners. For Data Governors, these restrictions are managed on the Governance page. For Project Owners, these restrictions are created on the Project Overview tab.
Immuta's Reports function allows instantaneous creation of reports that detail user activity across Immuta.