The benefits of the Internet go far beyond its direct economic impact. It is one of the most powerful agents for change, growth and jobs everywhere, and its impact is particularly forceful in the developing world. That’s why, we should always be aware of the challenges that go along with the opportunities.
Security and Data Protection in Life Sciences conference is first in its kind in the European market focusing only on life science sector and its challenges in information security, protection of personal data and intellectual property. It will gather professionals from pharmaceutical, biotechnology, medical devices, CRO, diagnostics and healthcare sector to discuss specific day-to-day challenges and issues when it comes to GDPR compliance, establishing right security strategy in order to protect most valuable thing –data.
GDPR is bringing the biggest change in data privacy in two decades and it will fundamentally change the way European Union private data is collected and protected, especially in life science industry.
Life science companies own a tremendous number of data that need to be protect, such sensitive data (personal data, genetic data, etc.) in order to avoid financial loses or reputational damage done by cyber-attacks.
Data protection is a fundamental right in the EU. How it can be secured internally between different departments such as R&D, HR, sales in order to guarantee patient safety and deliver a business growth through creating sustainable data protection strategy and polices.
- Strategic data protection and security measures for collecting, storing and transferring personal data
- How to find a right level of privacy and security controls appropriate for your organization in offer to mitigate risk associated with storing sensitive data in the cloud
- Maintain privacy while using mobile devices and social media
- Developing protocols to prevent data braches