Data privacy and cybersecurity in the future of health
The COVID-19 pandemic has quickly changed the course of health care’s future. It has accelerated the adoption of telehealth, making it a significant part of the health care delivery system much sooner than expected. With this rapid change comes risk. How important will data privacy in health care be? Can there be a future of health without the privacy and security of data? What is the digital privacy of the future? How will consumers know what can be done with their data? Who will own the data? What cyber capabilities are needed to keep the data secure? And if there is a breach, who is responsible?
During the webcast, our speakers covered:
- The importance of managing data privacy and cybersecurity risks as organizations move toward the health care delivery model of the future
- How user experience is evolving to become consumer-centric as consumers are more actively controlling their health care through apps and websites
- The need for privacy programs to adapt to a fast-paced, innovative environment and address the changing health care landscape
- Why cyber capabilities will need to be revisited as the importance of data privacy in health care continues to grow
- Simon Gisby | principal, Life Sciences & Health Care leader for Deloitte Transactions and Business Analytics LLP and Future of Health leader for Deloitte US Risk & Financial Advisory
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Simon Gisby is a principal in the M&A and the Life Sciences & Health Care practices at Deloitte and is the Future of Health leader for Deloitte US Risk & Financial Advisory practice. He has experience in all aspects of life sciences and health care M&A strategy and execution, joint ventures, and partnerships. His clients include global pharmaceutical and medical device companies, health plans, health systems, and health care information technology companies. He has been awarded the M&A Advisor Healthcare Deal of the Year Award and Healthcare Restructuring Deal of the Year Award, is a frequent presenter on health care M&A and the future of health, and has contributed to numerous articles on M&A and health care. He is a Chartered Financial Analyst and a graduate of Oxford University.
John, a principal at Deloitte & Touche LLP, is the Life Sciences & Health Care industry leader for the Cyber & Strategic Risk practice of Deloitte Risk & Financial Advisory. He has more than 20 years of experience in cyber security, information risk management, and data protection and privacy. John has successfully led various global Cybersecurity and Risk Management projects (e.g., assessments, strategies, implementations, managed services) within the Life Sciences & Health Care sector, as well as across several other industries. John’s experience encompasses a broad spectrum of engagement types, ranging from executive leadership, strategy & roadmap development, program management, and policy development to current state assessment, vendor evaluation and selection, and program development and deployment (e.g., requirements analysis and definition, architecture and design, installation and configuration, testing, and knowledge transfer). In addition to his technical skills, John possesses strong technical writing, leadership, project management, and interpersonal skills. John holds an M.B.A. from Columbia University and a B.S. in Economics from Rutgers University, as well as certifications including Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP), Certified in Risk and Information Systems Control (CRISC), and Project Management Professional (PMP).
Eric, a partner at Deloitte & Touche LLP, serves as the Life Sciences & Health Care privacy leader for Deloitte Risk & Financial Advisory. He has nearly 20 years of privacy, cyber, and business process risk management experience including program and internal control design, assessment, implementation, and auditing. He specializes in leading large, complex engagements for many of Deloitte’s largest clients and has provided services to clients in nearly every industry.