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  • Top U.S. Security Concerns Revealed - 2017 Unisys Security Index Survey Results
    Top U.S. Security Concerns Revealed - 2017 Unisys Security Index Survey Results Bill Searcy, Vice President for Global Justice, Law Enforcement, and Border Security Solutions, Unisys Recorded: Jul 27 2017 41 mins
    U.S. consumers rate national security in relation to war or terrorism as their top security concern, though fears over viruses/malware and hacking are rising dramatically, according to the new Unisys Security Index™ that surveyed more than 13,000 consumers in April 2017 in 13 countries. This study, the only recurring snapshot of security concerns conducted globally, gauges the attitudes of consumers on a wide range of security-related issues.

    About the speaker:
    Bill Searcy is the Vice President for Global Justice, Law Enforcement, and Border Security Solutions. As a recognized law enforcement solutions expert, he is responsible for developing market strategies, overseeing delivery, ensuring customer satisfaction, and driving business performance to meet goals.​​
    During his 21-year career as a Special Agent with the Federal Bureau of Investigation, Bill was recognized as an innovator who regularly sought new ways to use technology to solve complex problems. He is credited with leading numerous award winning IT initiatives, among them the FBI’s Grid Computing Initiative (Attorney General’s Award for Innovation) and the Next Generation Workstation (FBI Director’s Award).
    Prior to joining Unisys, Bill served as the Deputy Assistant Director of the FBI’s IT Infrastructure Division, where he was responsible for the engineering, development, deployment, and support of the FBI’s worldwide IT enterprise.
    A graduate of the United States Military Academy at West Point, Bill was commissioned as an officer in the U.S. Army where he commanded a Field Artillery battery. He went on to earn a Master of Science in Information Assurance from Norwich University and he is a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP).
  • A New Approach to Medical Device Management to Empower Digital Healthcare
    A New Approach to Medical Device Management to Empower Digital Healthcare Silvia Piai, Senior Research Manager, IDC Health Insights Recorded: Jul 13 2017 56 mins
    Connected medical devices are playing a fundamental role in transforming patient care quality and experience and healthcare providers efficiency.

    But as the number and the variety of devices grow within the organization, medical devices and the broader IoT ecosystem become more complex to manage, impacting patient safety, information security, compliance and financial performance.

    In this webinar IDC Health Insights will share its research findings and provide guidance to health executives that want to start harnessing the real value of medical devices, by implementing a evidence based, consistent, controlled and efficient IoT management approach

    About the speaker: Silvia Piai is Senior Research Manager within IDC Health Insights for Europe Middle East and Africa.

    She is responsible for analyzing key trends related to IT strategies and spending in European healthcare organizations, and global Public Health institutions. She advises healthcare organizations and ICT vendors on planning and implementing effective digital health transformation initiatives to drive business innovation.

    Silvia Piai has a more than 10 year experience in healthcare IT research. She started her career as public sector analyst, for then specializing in healthcare and becoming the lead analyst for the European healthcare market for IDC Health Insights. In her role, she focuses on the impact of digital transformation of healthcare and the role of technology in key industry trends as personalization and integration of care.

    Her analysis offers in-depth coverage of the technologies that provide the most clinical value in terms of quality, cost, time, and agility and are transforming pre-care, point of care (POC), and post-care today. Analyzing the adoption and the investment plans of healthcare organizations, Silvia describes the evolution of healthcare IT and gives key insight on primary factors shaping the industry and the implications for the coming year future.

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