IBM InfoSphere Information Governance Catalog (IGC) is a web-based tool that allows you to explore, understand and analyze information. You can create, manage and share a common business language, document and enact policies and rules and track data lineage. Combine with Watson Knowledge Catalog (WKC) to leverage existing curated data sets and extend your on-premises IGC investment to the cloud. A knowledge catalog allows you to put collected metadata into the hands of knowledge workers so data science and analytics communities can get easy access to the best assets for their purpose while still adhering to enterprise governance requirements.

Information Governance Catalog Risk Data Aggregation Demo

8 minute demo

This video shows and explains how IBM Information Governance Catalog is helping companies comply with industry regulations around managing and govering their data.

Find, Use, and Govern Data with Information Governance Catalog

3 minute demo

This video demonstrates how IBM Information Governance Catalog is used to help companies manage their data by having metadata stored inside the Catalog and then how it can be searched, found, investigated, and shown how and where it was derived and used.

Unified Governance and Integration Use Case Video: A Personally Identifiable Information (PII) Story

2 minute demo

This video gives a high-level explanation of how IBM Information Governance Catalog is used to help companies quickly and easily locate all PII data in order to comply with regulatory requirements around PII data.

Tour IBM InfoSphere Information Governance Catalog: IBM Information Governance Catalog guided demo: Governing Risk Data Aggregation

In this demo, IBM® InfoSphere® Information Governance Catalog helps banks properly manage and govern their risk aggregation and reporting in order to comply with the industry's BCBS 239 regulatory requirement.

  • Explore business terms, governance policies, and rules in Information Governance Catalog
  • Generate and review lineage analysis to validate and raise confidence in business integlligence reports
  • Examine the rules that have been applied to the data used in the risk data aggregation process

15-30 minute introduction