Mind the Gap: Security and Privacy
Sponsored by: Nymi
Date: 6 May
Time: 3PM London/10AM New York
Security & Privacy. Two competing priorities
Today’s Pharma worker is highly educated, skilled and equipped with modern-day tools to think, strategize and build tomorrow’s solutions. They’re held back though, by yesterday’s infrastructure. The old ways of identifying who one is, and what one is allowed to do, is the same as having an elevator operator, or a switchboard operator.
Today’s pharma worker needs tomorrow’s solutions for recognizing who they are, allowing them to do the tasks they need to do, and keeping the worker and the company safe.
While bringing tomorrow’s solutions to today’s workers, security and privacy are often at odds. To keep a company safe, one needs to know far more about the worker than the worker might be comfortable to give.
Join us for a discussion on how to adapt tomorrow’s security solutions that keep companies and employees safe, and also keep the worker’s information private.
Director of Marketing, Nymi
Phil is the Director of Marketing at Nymi. He has over 20 years of experience in sales, trade marketing, sales strategy and digital marketing roles at Johnson & Johnson, Pfizer, and a number of other CPG companies.
Key Learning Objectives
- A Look at modern day requirements for the modern day worker
- Security, protecting the company, protecting the worker
- Privacy. What a company needs, and what a worker wants to keep private
- Can they co-exist? Finding ways to move forward with both security and privacy
- Director of MES
- Director of Compliance
- Director of IT
- Director of HR