Brian Rasquinha, Lauren Jones, Jennifer Geetter

Organizations of all kinds are increasingly using data to drive research and development, make better business decisions, and build data products. At the same time, individuals’ awareness and expectations around data privacy are also increasing. This panel discussion will cover approaches and strategy for data de-identification to support a range of business functions, from both a legal and technical perspective.

The panel will explore:

  • Strategies, best practices, and priorities for building data-driven programs, with an eye to both regulatory compliance and managing contractual restrictions on the use of the data.
  • The use of de-identification to support public trust, including considerations around de-identification and AI.

The session will focus primarily on the HIPAA healthcare context in the US, but will address concepts and tradeoffs applicable across a range of sectors and regulations.

Brian Rasquinha, Associate Director, Solution Architecture, Privacy Analytics (Moderator)
Lauren Jones, Senior Privacy Counsel, Surescripts
Jennifer Geetter, Partner, McDermott Will & Emery

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Brian Rasquinha

Associate Director, Solution Architecture
Privacy Analytics

Jennifer Geetter

McDermott Will & Emery, LLP

Lauren Jones

Senior Privacy Counsel