GlobalEngage 2020 Feb. 6, 2020 to Feb. 7, 2020, London, UK

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KEYNOTE ADDRESS: Man and Machine: Forming a Perfect Union for a Mature Cybersecurity Program Inno Eroraha • Cyber terrain, threat landscape, and sophistication of advanced adversaries• Our vulnerabilities – the status ...
Paradigm Shift - Changing the Conversation Denise Anderson Technology is changing healthcare at arapid pace. Innovation is driving positivepatient experiences but also introduces ...
KEYNOTE ADDRESS: Data Before Blockchain Jim Nasr Healthcare is burdened by complex and regulatedinteractions amongst a group of stakeholdersproviders, administrators, insurers, patients, ...
New adventures in Security Automation Tony Clarke This session will discuss real experience insecurity automation and will discuss:• Complementing various types of ...
Cross-Industry Collaboration Evaluating How Blockchain Can Transform the Pharmaceutical and Healthcare Industry, Part of Emerging Trends & Technology PhUSE Adama Barot Describing the landscape in the pharma andhealthcare settings, exploring the areas whereBlockchain could be used ...
Enterprise resiliency program Eva Tělecká • MSD response to cyber incident.• Program Structure• Governance for successful resiliency programimplementation across the ...
Product Security – How to Drive Cultural Change Scott Nichols • Drivers and pressures for creating adedicated product privacy & security program.• Multi-layered defense strategy ...
A blockchain platform for precision medicine data sharing Axel Schumacher • Data Sharing• Genomic Data• Dynamic Patient Consent
Medical Data: What about empowering the patients while keeping their identity well protected? Benoît Marchal Presentation on the feasibility and benefits of creating a vendor/pharma independent, open source, Blockchain network ...
Medical Device Cyber Security In Todays Connected World Sher Baig Today, patient care depends on theinterconnectivity of hundreds of medical devices. But withmore and more ...
Blockchain, a path to clinical research reproducibility Mehdi Benchoufi Clinical research is aiming to produce the ground truth of anydecision in healthcare but it ...
The Healthcare System Attack Surface Ian Thornton-trump In terms of national critical infrastructure, youcould not pick a more exposed and vulnerableindustry then ...
Cyber attacks can not only cost you lots of money but also paralyse or destroy your business. What can go wrong? And if it does, how can you minimise the damage? David Nordell • Cyber attacks usually cost their targets money. In healthcareand pharma, the risks are more ...
Convergence of Blockchain and AI in the pharmaceutical industry Manuela Maria Schöner • Artificial intelligence and Blockchain aretwo technologies leading innovations in many industries• Artificial intelligence and ...
Blockchain in Healthcare – Differentiating the Hype from Reality Unmesh Lal • Analyze the key trends and developmentsaround blockchain technology capturing the essential buildingblocks for implementing ...
Combatting Future Cloud Security Risks Robin Smith We live in an expanding digital universe. Eachyear zettabytes of data are added to globalinformation ...
Verifying consent and the future of remote care via blockchain Mike Mccoy As health care is entering more of our homesand into remote capabilities, blockchain has the ...
Table 1: A search for the ultimate digital risk Stefan Van Gansbeke • Why is it so difficult to create a business case for security initiatives?• Let ...
Table 2: Medical Device Cybersecurity Program Martine Kersaint • Bringing Awareness and understanding between protectionand availability. Although the CIA triad is composed ofConfidentiality, ...
Table 3: Organizing for the day our production gets attacked Jürgen Focke Organizing for the attack comprises preventive measures aswell as corrective measures. Both topics need an ...
Table 1: The Role Of Blockchain in Precision Medicine: Challenges, Opportunities and Solutions Unmesh Lal • Precision Medicine - A True Big Data Challenge?• Role of Blockchain in Precision Medicine ...
Table 2: Blockchain 2 - Blockchain and Patient Centric Data Ownership Stefan Kendziersky The discussion focusses on providing dataownership to patients and how this may allow more seamlessdata ...
Table 3: Blockchain Heather Leigh Flannery N/A
KEYNOTE ADDRESS: Heather Leigh Flannery , Sam Buhrow Cybersecurity and the talent pipeline – It’s just a game…With serious consequences• How do you ...
Consumer Genetic Testing: How Safe is it? Caroline Rivett Consumer genetic testing is becomingincreasingly popular with people trying tounderstand their ancestry and their history. ...
Reinforcing your company's digitalization by implementing an healthy effective security strategy Stefan Van Gansbeke • Addressing emerging digital security risks inan agile, digitalizing and privacy aware environment• Developing and ...
The state of blockchain adoption in healthcare in Europe Anca Petre • Overview of the adoption level of blockchainfor different healthcare stakeholders;• Key success factors and ...
Preserving Privacy Heather Passerat-palmbach N/A
PANEL DISCUSSION: Incident response in Healthcare Ian Thornton-trump , David Nordell , Inno Eroraha , Sam Buhrow , Caroline Rivett • Establishing best practice response• Limiting damage• Recovery• Maintaining business continuity
Distributed Drug Development – Accelerating Biopharma with Liquid IP and Open Data Paul Kohlhaas N/A
ROUNDTABLE DISCUSSIONS: Table 1: From data to blockchain Jim Nasr This roundtable will focus on what it takes tocreate real-time, interoperable data exchangesin the healthcare ...
Table 2: Driving implementation and adoption of blockchain technologies in healthcare Natalie Pankova • Emergence of novel business models• Interactions with oracles and analytics• Product and user focus