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Data privacy can have profound impacts on public health. Protecting vulnerable individuals from profiling and discrimination, supporting equal access to resources, matching those in need with available services, or protecting vulnerable groups from predatory advertisements are some of the important areas. Emerging privacy regulations shape how businesses collect, process, and exchange consumer data. Most of these efforts are focused on data that are collected outside of healthcare since health records are considered to be sufficiently protected by HIPAA. However, health or health-related information is usually subject to an all-or-nothing approach. Some information is subject to additional layers of protection (e.g., substance use disorder or mental health data) while others are not subject to any protection at all (e.g., user-created lifestyle or wearable data). I will discuss some of the important challenges and promising approaches.
Dennis Miller – Security Architect, Talent Cyber Security
Dennis Miller is the founder, president, and Security Architect of Talent Cyber Security (TCS) located in Albany Oregon. TCS focuses on supporting and empowering local small and mid-sized businesses with information risk management, security, compliance, and business continuity.
Mr. Miller has a bachelor’s degree in business/Information Systems, a master’s in Information Security Management, and is CISSP certified. He is an active member of the Technology Association of Oregon (TAO) and the ISSA Eugene Oregon chapter. His 25 + years as CIO and IT Manager of enterprise organizations in the finance, manufacturing, and retail business sectors give him significant experience with risk management, compliance and security.
Berrin Serdar – Co-founder, Cloud Privacy Labs
Berrin Serdar, M.D., Ph.D. is the Co-founder of Cloud Privacy Labs located in Denver, Colorado. Her company focuses on privacy-conscious technology solutions (ConsentGrid®, Layered Schemas Architecture) for organizations that collect, process, and exchange personal data. Berrin is trained as a medical doctor and earned her Ph.D. in environmental health sciences. She spent several years in academia as a faculty member of public health where she designed and directed population-based research studies in environmental and occupational health and epidemiology. Her more recent work focuses on data privacy and public health implications, particularly about the privacy of sensitive information and semantic harmonization of health data. She is a member of the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP), Society of Physician Entrepreneurs (SoPE), and MyData Global organization.
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