Zero Copy Integration
CAN/CIOSC 100-9 | Data Governance – Part 9
What this Standard Covers
This standard specifies implementation methods for zero copy integration, sharing, and exchange of data.
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Draft number: D3
Date posted: June 16, 2022
Comments due by: August 16, 2022
This Draft Standard specifies minimum requirements for zero-copy integration and includes a set of guidelines for building modular capabilities within a controlled data management environment which can be applied either as stand-alone experiences or combined into advanced solutions.
This Draft provides a blueprint for IT and other leaders who rely on organizational data integrity to perform their functions to support the build of new digital solutions with granular and universally-enforced data controls.
This Draft applies to all sectors, including public and private companies, government entities, and not-for-profit organizations.
The Draft is not intended for non-data intensive operational roles.
NOTE 1: The Draft does not define who the specific people or groups represent the rightful owner of a given dataset – this is to be worked out by individual organizations
NOTE 2: The Draft does not force organizations into converging on a single data ontology, rather, it is intended to support a diversity of data models using the same physical data.
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