Life Science Data Privacy, Integrity and Security Summit - Sonesta Hotel Philadelphia

Life Science Data Privacy, Integrity and Security Summit
August 12 - 13, 2015
Sonesta Hotel Philadelphia
Philadelphia, PA

Technical Strategies for Private, Secure and Accessible Health Data and Patient Records for Clinical Trials

Life Science Data Privacy, Integrity and Security Summit – Life Science Data Privacy, Integrity and Security Summit

In the summer of 2014, more than five million patients had their personal, financial and medical data compromised in health system privacy breaches. According to a 2014 report, healthcare and pharmaceutical companies have the worst cybersecurity among Standard & Poor’s (S&P) 500.

Experts predict that it’s only a matter of time before the life science industry suffers from a large-scale security breach similar to those experienced by retail companies such as Target.

The Life Science Data Privacy, Integrity and Security Summit is the premiere forum to guide the industry with timely and vital data privacy and security strategies to ensure protected data. This event covers strategic cybersecurity measures that focus on private, secure and accessible health data and risk management for collecting, storing and transferring personal medical data.

This conference will address HIPAA/HITECH regulations as well as pending personal privacy laws in Europe, Russia and Asia. The landscape is changing, and these changes are impacting the way that the industry operates globally. Summit participants will gain valuable insights on how to find the right level of privacy and security controls appropriate for their organization, mitigating risks associated with storing sensitive data in the cloud, maintaining privacy while using mobile devices and social media, and developing protocols to prevent data breaches.

Additionally, industry experts will present case studies on how to minimize brand damage in the aftermath of a data breach, federal and state regulations and directives, and best practices for conveying cybersecurity risks to executives and boards of directors. According to research, there is limited use of IT in disease management, and this is an area where major gains can be made. As such, this event will feature a session on how to implement IT strategies in disease management.

 

Top Five Reasons to Attend

  1. Standardize privacy, security and trust across the life sciences industry
  2. Mitigate the risks associated with storing sensitive data in the cloud
  3. Maintain privacy while using mobile devices and social media
  4. Develop protocols and processes to prevent data breaches and minimize brand damage in the aftermath of a data breach
  5. Understand federal and state regulations and directives, and convey cybersecurity risks to executives and boards of directors

Who Should Attend

This conference is designed for representatives from healthcare providers and pharmaceutical, biotechnology and medical device companies who possess responsibilities in the following areas:

  • Data Privacy
  • Information Security
  • Information Technology
  • Compliance
  • Server Technology and Security
  • Regulatory Affairs
  • Quality
  • Legal
  • Privacy
  • Marketing
  • Ethics
  • Aggregate Spend Reporting
  • State Reporting
  • Commercial Operations
  • Clinical Operations
  • Medical Affairs
  • Data Management
  • Data Protection
  • Big Data Security/Privacy
  • Internal Audits
  • Information Governance
  • Privacy Compliance
  • IT Risk Assurance

This conference is also of interest to:

  • Data Privacy Software Providers
  • Digital Signature Solution Providers
  • Cloud-Based Security Services
  • Security Software Providers
  • Data Management Software Companies
  • Data Analysts
  • IT Consultants and Contractors
  • Insurance Companies
  • Health Law Attorneys
  • Managed Care Professionals
  • State and Federal Policymakers
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