Ensuring Privacy-by-Design in the Life Sciences, Maintaining Momentum for GDPR, Conducting Gap Analysis & Review of Enforcement to Data Processing Practices for Clinical, Customer & Partner Data, while Building a Framework to Support the Future of Privacy in this Data Driven Industry
As pharmaceutical and medical device corporations collect and utilize deeper volumes of data in order to elevate business decision making, leveraging analytics and big data sets to identify trends and provide deep statistical analysis, the role of data privacy throughout the entity has taken on new meaning. Further compounding the changes within this dynamic, data driven industry, regulatory authorities including the European Union have implemented new frameworks to support individual data privacy, including the General Data Privacy Regulation (GDPR) which has far reaching ramifications for all corporations working with European citizens. High profile data breaches as well as concerns surrounding individual data privacy with large multinational firms have thrust data privacy and privacy officers into a new light, along with additional resources to ensure standards are met.
From privacy by design and changing company culture in order to foster a common ground for data privacy to the appropriate processing of clinical subject, patient, employee and partner data in a protected and private manner to identification and erasure techniques, the changes facing today’s pharmaceutical and medical device corporations are immense. With tracked sessions focusing on GDPR which will highlight gap analysis and ensuring compliance standards have been met, to sessions focused on the next levels of GDPR alignment, this meeting will provide an unrivaled opportunity for life science data privacy officers. Blending the highest level of perspectives from both industry veterans as well as regulatory and legal authorities, the Q1 Data Privacy Governance and GDPR Alignment Conference will provide data privacy executives with the tools needed to maintain momentum following GDPR compliance dates, protecting company data and the privacy of partners across the organization.