Personal data is any information related to your private, professional, or public life. Using online platforms means you are sharing vast amounts of your data around the globe, which makes it impossible for you to protect your personal information. Data privacy involves all the practices, safeguards, and binding rules that can protect your personal information against unauthorized access. It safeguards your personal information from being misused or mishandled.
Any risk to your data privacy may increase your chances of becoming victim to data breaching. Data privacy solutions prevent you from exposing your data to cyber attackers and keep your data safe and secure. Both data protection and data privacy solutions are meant for your data protection and ensure that your essential data privacy is maintained.
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Digital health companies are compelled to adapt to an increasing number of privacy regulations imposed by governments to protect consumers. This first-of-its-kind Summit provides digital health companies detailed and practical information on current regulatory requirements and on how to incorporate privacy by design into their development and commercialization efforts.
Through our state-of-the-art virtual event platform, conference participants will be able to pose questions to the speakers and to network with other attendees. In addition to the live event, attendees will have access to recorded presentations for 30 days after the conclusion of the Summit.
Privacy, R&D, Engineering, Product Design, Security, Compliance, IT, Regulatory, Risk Management, Marketing, Quality Assurance and other staff at digital health companies (medical devices, IoMTs, wearables)
Law firms and consulting firms
May also be of interest to healthcare providers
Agile Search Inc.
John Giantsidis, JD, M.Eng., President, CyberActa, Inc. Naeem Hashmi, Digital Health Solutions, Strategic Advisor, Boston Scientific
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