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Ayelet Biger-Levin, CISSP, Senior Consultant, Product Marketing, RSARecorded: Dec 7 201854 mins
When it comes to making access decisions, it’s all about being smart. In the speed of today’s business agility requirements, we cannot stop users at the door all the time and ask for their ID. We need to know them. Intelligent Authentication provides the benefit of reducing friction AND adding security to protect applications and data that are critical to the business. It provides security and convenience, considering the needs of the modern workforce. In this session we will discuss a simple process to gain visibility into the right listening posts, derive actionable insights and then drive action to protect the organization’s most valuable assets from rogue access and drive Identity Assurance.
John MacInnis, Prd Mktg Mgr, IAMS, HID Global; Tariq Shaikh, Sr. Security Adv., IAM, Aetna; Erik Von Geldern, CISO, FXCMRecorded: Dec 6 201861 mins
With the multiple points of access to an organization, both internal and external, as well as physical and electronic, identity and access control is a critical security concern. Practitioners need to constantly monitor and assess the organization’s security posture, access provisioning and even the on boarding of employees, partners and customers. Join HID Global and (ISC)2 at 1:00pm Eastern Thursday, December 6, 2018 for a discussion on why identity has become the center of security and how to better manage identity, access management and authentication in your enterprise.
Roberta Bigliani, Vice President, Avinav Trigunait, Research Director, Holly Muscolino, Vice PresidentRecorded: Dec 6 201859 mins
In this IDC FutureScape presentation, analysts discuss key predictions that will impact CIOs and IT professionals in the future of work over the next one to five years.
About IDC FutureScape
IDC FutureScape reports are used to shape enterprise IT strategy and planning by providing a basic framework for evaluating IT initiatives in terms of their value to business strategy now and in the foreseeable future. IDC's FutureScapes are comprised of a set of predictions designed to identify a range of pending issues that CIOs and senior technology professionals will confront within a typical five-year business planning cycle. Each prediction is assessed based on its impact (a mix of cost and complexity to address) and time frame to expected stated adoption level.
Heiko Schmidt, Integrated Multichannel Marketing and Sales, Bayer, Sari Ruth Carter, Head of Marketing, Anthill AgencyRecorded: Dec 6 201868 mins
Communication; we all do it, it is a critical part of effective business practice and in this pharma is no exception.
It is no secret that for pharma companies, face time with healthcare professionals (HCPs) has reduced drastically over the last 10 years while the cost of in person engagements has increased significantly.
Like any customer their expectations for the content they receive have changed, with a focus on useful, succinct and easy to consume materials rather than the sales materials of old.
So what is it that HCPs want and through this lens, what is it that pharma should be doing?
The evidence points towards creating meaningful two-way conversations through multiple channels, connecting otherwise siloed touchpoints with and for HCPs in the process.
For the past 40 years detailing has been the backbone of pharma/HCP communication – but what about e-Detailing? Is it just detailing on an ipad or is it supposed to be something more? How does this fit and what is possible, and more importantly desirable?
To analyse the current situation and present practical insights, pharmaphorum presents a new free to attend digital debate. Working with our partner Anthill agency we have put together a panel of leading experts from Bayer and Anthill.
This debate will cover:
•What is the current landscape for optimal HCP communication?
•What is the future in terms of HCP channel preference?
•New technologies in pharma marketing that help you to better engage with HCPs and extend HCP reach – AI, chatbots, self-detailing
•How to reach more HCPs, when, where and how they want
•How to overcome low content usage by HCPs
•The most common challenges for traditional eDetailing effectiveness
•How to achieve better communication without having to reinvent the wheel
•How to activate your existing content and reach all customers willing to engage with your brand, regardless of their preference.
Chris Kissel, IDC, and Barbara Kay, ExtraHopRecorded: Dec 5 201854 mins
While some innovations deliver material benefit, many aren’t worth your POC time. In this webinar, featured speaker Chris Kissel, Research Director, Security Products and head of the IDC security analytics and orchestration practice, will present new research on what will disrupt, what will innovate, and what will merely evolve in the security analytics market over the next several years. Futurescape trends provide insights on the best ideas enhancing incident detection and response and provide a look at the ideal use cases for the most beneficial new technologies.
Kevin Mitnick, Roger Grimes, Perry CarpenterRecorded: Dec 4 201866 mins
What really makes a “strong” password? And why are your end-users tortured with them in the first place? How do hackers crack your passwords with ease? And what can/should you do about your authentication methods?
In this unique webinar, you will learn about the recent NIST controversy and related password cracking problems. The “combatants” will be on the one side KnowBe4's Chief Hacking Officer, Kevin Mitnick with decades of first-hand “red-side” penetration testing experience, and on the other side, Roger Grimes, KnowBe4's Data-Driven Defense Evangelist with decades of experience on the blue team. The referee will be Perry Carpenter, KnowBe4's Chief Evangelist and Strategy Officer.
They will provide an in-the-trenches view of authentication hacking, so that you get some insights about the truth of the effectiveness of passwords, various password management guidelines, and even stronger authentication systems using multiple factors.
80% of spend in IT is used just "keeping the lights on". In our upcoming webinar we'll show you how to reduce the total cost of operations, enabling you to reallocate resources, directly driving growth and enabling real innovation and transformation.
Our presenter for the session will be UKCloud's Head of Products Andy Webb, Who leads a team of product managers, product marketers and technical authors to define, develop and deliver UKCloud's latest products and services that delight our customers.
From this session you'll leave with an comprehensive understanding of how you can reclaim wasted time & money you can reinvest in frontline services
Kelvin Murray, Sr. Threat Research Analyst, WebrootRecorded: Dec 4 201836 mins
Small and medium-sized businesses are major targets for cybercriminals. To stay safe, today’s businesses must understand the different types of cyberattacks they may encounter and implement strong cybersecurity practices.
Register for this 30-minute webinar on the key threats businesses faced this year and what's upcoming in 2019 to get details and tips that will help you keep your business and clients safe. Our Threat expert will be discussing ransomware, banking Trojans, phishing and all the crypto-crime that’s wreaking havoc on IT pros.
Gabe Musso, CSO, BioSymetricsRecorded: Dec 3 201854 mins
Despite tremendous achievements in the fields of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML), there remain several areas in healthcare and drug discovery where AI/ML has seen limited success. This includes, notably, improving the high attrition rates associated with discovery of new drugs. As genomic data becomes more widely available and clinical data continue to become digitized, there is an opportunity to use this data to understand and predict drug activity at a more personalized level than ever before. So what limits the application of AI/ML in the precision medicine & drug discovery space? Here we discuss the practical advantages and limitations of AI/ML as it relates to precision medicine and drug discovery, focusing on challenges that need to be addressed before the promise of AI-based approaches can be realized.
Tony Karam, Identity Product Marketing, RSARecorded: Nov 30 201855 mins
Ever heard the expression, “you can’t hit what you can’t see?” Well that sentiment rings true when it comes to protecting access to critical resources. You can only secure what you actually take steps to protect. .As such, secure access needs to be pervasive and cover all access user cases, regardless of whether applications and resources live on-premises or in the cloud. And because it’s likely have both, you need a solution that works equally well across these hybrid environments. In this session we will explore five critical secure access use cases, and how you can achieve a high-level of identity assurance that users are who that claim to be so that you can avoid falling victim to the next wave of credential-based attacks.
Erich Kron, Justin Ong, Tory Dombrowski, Robyn EdwardsRecorded: Nov 30 201844 mins
This is the true story of two IT pros who got sick of their users clicking on everything and wanted to teach them a lesson… in a good way. Find out what happens, when people stop being polite, and start getting real. The Real World: Security Awareness Training!
In this webinar we talk to two IT pros from the Spiceworks Community about their experiences and lessons learned in designing and delivering a security awareness training plan to their users.
What we're discussing:
- Designing a program specific to your industry and organization
- Managing Up: best practices for training executives and other higher ups
- How to deal with problematic users and repeat offenders
Steve Hunt, Dir. Product Management - DataCoreRecorded: Nov 29 201846 mins
IT organizations require a data protection solution that can combat against the ever looming threat of malware or ransomware, and data corruption, which can have a significant effect on day to day operations. When that data protection capability is included in their storage solution, it allows IT organizations to reduce their overall costs, while maximizing their ability to protect all data they are responsible for.
This is why DataCore Software created Continuous Data Protection (CDP), or the “undo button” for your data. In this webinar we explain and show how DataCore Software’s CDP feature can deliver one-second restore granularity and provides the best Recovery Point Objective (RPO) of any data protection solution.
Jason Garbis, VP of Cyb. Products, Cyxtera; Mike Brannon, Dir. Infra. & Sec., National Gypsum; Spencer Wilcox, B. DunlapRecorded: Nov 29 201860 mins
Like a good rollercoaster, a journey to the cloud can be both exhilarating and terrifying. Unlike a rollercoaster, however, a cloud journey is a long-term commitment and requires thoughtful planning, especially the need to ensure security and compliance controls. Join Cyxtera and (ISC)2 on November 29, 2018 at 1:00PM Eastern for a discussion on making a secure journey to the Cloud and the benefits of a software-defined perimeter.
Traditional data centres are inefficient and inflexible, and transitioning your existing services to the cloud will reduce costs AND improve agility for your organisation. But how do you build the case for modernisation and overcome the barriers to adoption?
This session will be presented by our CTO Leighton .Leighton spearheads the strategic direction and proposition development at UKCloud to ensure they remain the compelling cloud platform exclusively for UK Public Sector.
Leighton has been crucial to UKCloud’s launch of its multi-cloud strategy, which aims to meet the diverse needs of public sector organisations to deliver better services through technology.
What you'll learn
- How & Why Cloud is becoming the new normal globally
- The benefits of cloud adoption
- Where the challenges lie in moving away from Legacy IT
Dan Slattery, Sr. Information Security Analyst, WebrootRecorded: Nov 29 201821 mins
Small and medium-sized businesses and the MSPs who serve them are major targets for cybercriminals. To stay safe, today’s businesses and MSPs must understand the different types of cyberattacks they may encounter and implement strong cybersecurity practices.
Register for this 30-minute webinar on the key threats businesses will face this year to get details and tips that will help you keep your business and clients safe.
Some of the topics Dan Slattery, Sr. Information Security Analyst, Webroot will cover:
• Ransomware, banking Trojans, and phishing
• Cryptomining, cryptojacking, and other crypto-crime
• Best practices for keeping businesses safe.
Jatin Hansoty, Director of Solutions ArchitectureRecorded: Nov 28 201858 mins
A majority of the data collected by organizations today is wasted. Whether through poor analytics, lack of resources, or because they have too much of it. So how can organizations turn this around and actually start utilizing their data for powerful results?
More and more companies are taking their customer, product, patient, or other data and providing a 360-degree view using a governed and actionable data lake. By breaking down the silos associated with traditional data located in disjointed systems and databases, companies are finding new ways to improve loyalty programs, product development, marketing campaigns, and even find a new source of revenue from their data.
Join Jatin Hansoty, Director of Solutions Architecture at Zaloni, as he dives into real-world use cases from several of the world’s top companies. Learn from their architecture and the results they achieved.
Topics covered include:
- Best practices
- Common pitfalls to avoid
- Real-world use cases
- Future-proof architecture
Künstliche Intelligenz, einst auf den Großbildschirm beschränkt, steht den Verbrauchern in Grundform mit Alexa-, Siri- und selbstfahrenden Tesla-Autos zur Verfügung. Aber was bedeutet das für die Wirtschaft? Wir haben vielleicht noch keine Ex-Machina-ähnlichen Roboter, aber engagierte "Futuristen" schließen sich in vielen Unternehmen der C-Suite an, um zukunftssichere Entscheidungen zu treffen und sich auf zukünftige technologische Innovationen vorzubereiten.
KI-Tools basieren auf datenbankgestützter, prädiktiver Technologie, die die kognitive Leistungsfähigkeit des Menschen verbessert. Lernen Sie mit uns, wie Sie mit guten Wissensmanagementpraktiken eine solide Grundlage für KI-Initiativen schaffen können.
Jem Rashbass, Health Data Insight, Chris Carrigan, use MY data, Adam Reich, IQVIA, Dominic Tyer, pharmaphorumRecorded: Nov 27 201868 mins
Patient level data offers the promise of insights which can craft new and better pathways, enable development of innovative therapies and treatments, and of course identify and prevent diseases much earlier in their lifecycle.
One area of particular interest is cancer. However, in trying to realise the potential, the health sector is faced with the conundrum of protecting patients’ identities, while at the same time allowing doctors access to their data and enabling industry to benefit from vital insights into the disease.
This presents a paradox, as the UK has some of the best healthcare data in the world, however, accessing the data can be challenging and time consuming due to patient confidentiality checks.
So, what is the solution?
IQVIA brings a unique perspective to this event, having partnered with Health Data Insight to develop an innovative solution to this seemingly intractable problem: Simulacrum, a database comprised of only artificial data that is modelled on real patient data collected by the National Cancer Registration and Analysis Service (NCRAS) in England.
Simulacrum has already produced identical results to the real data when predicting incidence of tumours in the population, whilst simultaneously removing any risk of breaching patient confidentiality.
In this webinar, IQVIA and pharmaphorum will also provide advice to industry, patient advocacy groups and healthcare professionals on how to leverage Simulacrum, and utilise this simulated dataset to facilitate access to England’s world-leading healthcare data, while complying with regulations designed to protect and maintain individual confidentiality.
Sean Donnelly (Econsultancy), Toby Donnison (Pharma Lead - Adobe), and Rupert Wills (Solutions Consultant - Adobe)Recorded: Nov 21 201855 mins
The 2018 Digital Trends report released by Adobe & Econsultancy found that only 5% of healthcare and pharma organizations reported being digital-first. Yet in today’s digital world, there has never been a better time for the Pharma industry to innovate and improve health outcomes whilst driving business performance. Technology has sparked a revolution across all functions, from research and development to sales and operations. However, meeting these demands is not without its challenges. The unique nature of the pharma and life sciences industry means that it faces issues that other businesses do not have to grapple with. There are complex supplier networks, growing regulatory requirements and increasing pressure to reduce costs – so what can digital leaders do to effect change quickly?
Join Econsultancy & Adobe in this webinar to learn:
• The reality of the digital first challenge and the trends causing complexity.
• How technology is shaping the future and the opportunities for digital agility & efficiency.
• How Merck transformed time consuming business processes though digital workflows – accelerating business, and improving the employee & customer experience.
• How electronic signatures can digitally transform your documents and workflows, accelerating an organisations digital transformation journey.
• How to ensure you stay compliant with regulations including a live demonstration the BioPharma module (covering Title 21 CFR Part 11)
John McCumber, Director of Cybersecurity Advocacy, North America, (ISC)2Recorded: Nov 20 201859 mins
The 2018 (ISC)² Cybersecurity Workforce Study finds the cybersecurity skills shortage continues to grow. But the news isn’t all doom and gloom. Our latest deep dive into the issues and challenges facing cybersecurity professionals adopts a new approach to more broadly define the cybersecurity workforce. The study reveals a relatively satisfied, younger and more diverse field of practitioners focused on developing their skills and advancing their careers. Join (ISC)² Director of Cybersecurity Advocacy, North America, John McCumber On November 20, 2018 at 1:00PM Eastern as we examine how practitioners are dealing with the workforce gap while balancing skills development, hiring priorities and everyday threats they face.
Device Authority – Rob Dobson, PTC – Stefan Küsgen, SyroCon – Thomas BaumgartRecorded: Nov 20 201859 mins
The Internet of Medical Things, or Healthcare IoT, refers to a connected infrastructure of medical devices and software applications that can communicate with various healthcare IT systems. Frost & Sullivan estimates that there were 4.5 billion IoMT devices in 2015, a number that they expect to increase to between 20 and 30 billion by 2020.
As the IoMT device landscape heats up and hospitals delve more into remote care, healthcare systems need to protect each and every IoT device from potential cybersecurity risks. To do this, medical device manufacturers should integrate the power of automation into a rock-solid digital technology foundation, making it easier to stay on top of the security needed to protect both the device and the patient, while also adhering to regulatory compliance.
Hear from Device Authority, SyroCon and PTC on a real customer use case which encourages building secure connected IoT medical devices. Learn about potential benefits, best practices and key challenges, and how they can be solved with out of the box solutions and integrations between PTC, SyroCon and Device Authority.
George Anderson, Director of Product Marketing at WebrootRecorded: Nov 20 201844 mins
Recently, new and established security vendors have upped their use of the fancy-sounding term "machine learning". While the technology isn't new (Webroot won an innovation Edison Award for work in the field over 6 years ago in 2012), it has resurfaced as a marketing buzzword and created some confusion in the industry.
We’d like to invite you to join Webroot director of product marketing George Anderson for a 30-minute webinar to learn how Machine Learning is used in cybersecurity and how Webroot has been applying it for more than 10 years to create actionable threat intelligence for stopping a wide range of threats.
• Understanding Machine Learning (ML)
• How ML can stop zero-day and never-before-seen threats
• The importance of contextual analysis and predictive analytics
• Real-world results from the “new” ML technology
• How ML Directly Benefits your Customers
Murtaza Hafizji, Sr. Product Mktg Mgr, ID & Access Assurance, RSA; Brandon Dunlap (Moderator)Recorded: Nov 16 201852 mins
The market demands for the modern approach to authentication is more like “Have it your way!” That’s why many of the approaches and offerings can only do one thing. Those apps will become obsolete or acquired as Access Management vendors will face the complex reality that enterprises who want modern authentication will also want access that’s convenient, intelligent and pervasive – not just 2FA or SSO. In this webinar, RSA will examine how to leverage a trusted, secure access platform that provides access to all users, to all apps from anywhere at any time in a smart, secure and noninvasive way.
Alfons Michels, Sr. Product Marketing Manager & Alex Best, Dir. Technical Business Development - DataCore SoftwareDec 12 20186:00 pmUTC60 mins
Are you forced to replace your hardware? Are you thinking about different deployment models for your IT infrastructure, e.g. hyperconvergence?
Well, any change to your IT infrastructure is a major challenge, and typically requires complex data migrations, resulting in service downtime, overtime and more money to spend - but are the results worth it?
Before you start your next project, think about an alternative approach to rip-and replace, like software-defined storage. You may ask yourself, why should that help me? And there are many good reasons, but an essential one are the unrivaled chained migration options.
If you're wondering what these benefits can mean to you, just join our brief webinar, which also includes a live demo and audience Q&A so you can see how simple it is to bring software-defined storage into your IT environment and leverage chained migration. Among others, you'll be able to discover:
• How to integrate software-defined storage into your environment
• How to migrate data between totally different types of storage
• How to change towards hyperconverged during regular business operations
The opiate crisis has reached epidemic proportions, evidenced by more than 17,000 deaths a year and $504 billion in economic costs in the U.S. alone¹. Healthcare providers and laboratories need highly specific tests that accurately detect drugs of abuse in patient-care, employment, athletic and prescription drug monitoring settings.
In this webinar, Dr. Mary Mayo discusses two highly sensitive assays—the Syva® EMIT® II Plus 6-Acetylmorphine (6-AM) and Buprenorphine (BUP)—that expand available options for drugs-of-abuse testing.
After attending this webinar, you will be able to describe the:
• Differences in opioid drugs
• Magnitude of the opioid epidemic
• Reasons to use specific drug tests related to opioids
• Performance characteristics of the Syva EMIT II Plus 6-AM and BUP assays
P.A.C.E. credit is available for your participation.*
Presenter: Mary Mayo, Ph.D.
Dr. Mary Mayo is a medical affairs manager with Beckman Coulter Diagnostics, with more than 25 years’ experience in the clinical laboratory. This includes twelve years as a laboratory director, nine years as director of clinical chemistry at a tertiary-care academic hospital and three years as the laboratory director of a commercial laboratory.
¹ CDC. “Opioid Overdoses Treated in Emergency Departments.” https://www.cdc.gov/vitalsigns/opioid-overdoses/. Accessed 6 Mar 2018.
*Beckman Coulter Inc. is approved as a provider of continuing education programs in the clinical laboratory sciences by the ASCLS P.A.C.E.® Program. These credits are recognized by the State of California. Most programs also provide State of Florida credits (with valid license number). At this time, we cannot issue continuing education credits for those who provide healthcare (or work for an institution that provides healthcare) in Massachusetts or Vermont.
Jake Olcott, BitSight; Michael Marriot, Digital Shadows; Jannie Wentzel, Focal Point Data Risk; Sam Abadir, LockpathDec 13 20185:00 pmUTC60 mins
What a year 2018 has been, from indictments and data breaches to an increasing regulatory landscape and a greater focus on integrated risk management. What were the major risk trends in 2018 and what predictions can we make for 2019? In this can’t miss webinar, our panel of industry experts will recap 2018 and offer their views on what to expect in 2019 and beyond.
As an attendee, you’ll learn:
• The shift to a more integrated risk management
• The growing emphasis on supply chain cybersecurity
• The rise in data privacy and its impact on information security
Plan now to attend this special webinar on 2018 highlights and trends and predictions for 2019.
Aria Naderi; Zbigniew SkurczynskiDec 18 20189:00 amUTC60 mins
IT-Vorfälle treten ständig auf, von Ausfällen, Verlangsamungen von Anwendungen bis hin zu Cyberangriffen und einigen, die kritischer sind als andere. Bei IT-Vorfällen, die eine sofortige Aufmerksamkeit erfordern, müssen IT-Experten rechtzeitig einbezogen und verschiedene Gruppen informiert und/oder aktualisiert werden. Die Herausforderung, vor der die meisten Unternehmen stehen, besteht in der Koordination der Reaktion auf IT-Vorfälle, wenn Zeit im Vordergrund steht. Zum Beispiel, wie man:
Sammeln und verwalten Sie alle relevanten Informationen zentral.
Identifizieren Sie den geeigneten Informationsaustausch mit verschiedenen Rollen.
Sicherstellung einer zeitnahen und effektiven Reaktion zwischen den Teams
Ermöglicht eine effiziente Zusammenarbeit unabhängig vom Standort der Mitarbeiter.
In diesem Webinar erläutern Aria Naderi von Cherwell und Zbigniew Skurczynski von Everbridge, wie die integrierte Cherwell-Everbridge-Lösung Unternehmen bei der Verwaltung, Kontrolle und Automatisierung ihrer Reaktion auf IT-Vorfälle unterstützt, um die Auswirkungen auf ihre IT-Experten und ihr Unternehmen zu minimieren.
After presenting your business case it's time to think about procurement - but how do you choose between the government's G-Cloud framework or TS2?
This session will be presented by our Commercial Director Nicky Stewart who will be answering the most frequently asked questions surrounding procurement
What you'll learn
- The main differences between TS2 & G-Cloud
- The Pros & Cons of using TS2 vs G-Cloud
- Top Tips for making a succesful bid through either framework
Most organizations have multiple products and services, from multiple vendors and suppliers to address their cybersecurity needs. The lack of integration and inability to share critical information results in silos of technology that cause inefficiency, lack of agility, limited visibility and a poor security posture. How can an organization solve and streamline this improve their cybersecurity operations? Join Infoblox and (ISC)2 on January 10, 2019 at 1:00PM Eastern for an examination of how Infoblox and Fortinet have joined together to assist organizations in improving their security operations and reducing time to containment.
Kelvin Murray, Sr. Threat Research Analyst, WebrootJan 15 201910:00 amUTC60 mins
The Threat landscape has seen a rise of Cryptojacking, evolution of scams and malware such as Emotet and other cybersecurity issues such as Trickbot and Ransomware that have affected businesses in 2018.
Join this 30-minute webinar where our Threat Expert will walk you through Webroot's Threat predictions for 2019, so MSPs and SMBs can stay ahead of attacks and keep your clients and businesses safe.
Some of the topics that will be covered:
- AI Disruption
- US adoption of similar GDPR legislation
- Cryptojacking will keep rising while ransomware will decline
Tom Patterson, Chief Trust Officer, UnisysJan 16 20194:00 pmUTC75 mins
Despite spending billions of dollars every year on security, companies and governments – as well as the products and services they use – often lose sight of their ultimate goal: protecting the user. Please join this webinar to hear Tom Patterson, the Chief Trust Officer for Unisys, share results and realities from the only recurring snapshot of consumer security concerns conducted globally. This year’s global Unisys Security Index survey brings to light key areas of consumer concern that are vital to understand, if society and the security sector are to be successful in achieving their goals.
Major findings affecting government services, entire business sectors and fast evolving technologies are all illuminated through the lens of the user, as opposed to the more typical providers. Learn what’s most important to the consumer in each region of the world, and across key demographic categories. This clarity of vision, brought by thousands of statistically significant consumers from around the world, is a voice that needs to be heard.
Tom will use this year’s results, juxtaposed with over a decade of survey history and informed by global events and leaders from both government and industry, to provide a cogent report on the state of global security from the perspective that matters most—the user.
Charlie Whelan, Vice President of Consulting, Transformational Health, Americas, Frost & SullivanJan 16 20194:00 pmUTC75 mins
For most cities and states, the healthcare technology and biosciences sector is one of the most attractive industries of the future that can grow their communities. However, that attention attracts significant competition among players seeking to expand in a field that is highly complex. How should your community address this industry, and what is the best path to nurturing start-ups, retaining existing employers, attracting new companies and encouraging workforce development?
• The healthcare technology and biosciences market is large and complex. Learn how the industry is structured and which segments might align best with your community.
• Cities and states across the country are all competing to grow their own biosciences economies. Find out what types of programs and strategies are the most effective.
• Come away with a simple model for assessing your own community’s strength relative to the healthcare technology and biosciences market.
Philip Carnelley and Andrea MinonneJan 22 20192:00 pmUTC45 mins
Digital transformation is a key strategy for every company of size across Europe, as organizations look to remain relevant and competitive in the age of digital business. IDC finds that AI is a key enabler of that transformation, allowing businesses to reimagine processes, services and value propositions to customers. Yet while the focus on customers is as strong as ever but as experience matures, European companies are increasingly looking to AI to drive internal process improvement as well as improve customer experience.
In this IDC Web Conference, Philip Carnelley, AVP, Enterprise Software Group, IDC Europe, and Andrea Minonne, Research Analyst for IDC's Customer Insight & Analysis team, will discuss the transformative power of AI for European companies, drawing on IDC's qualitative and quantitative research and examples to discuss what are the top drivers and barriers, which are the key use cases, technology and industry adoptions trends across Europe.
Scott McGregor, Allergan, Lynda Chang, Complete HealthVizion, David Pearce, Complete HealthVizion, Dominic Tyer, pharmaphorumJan 23 20193:00 pmUTC75 mins
Medical affairs and publications teams are under increasing pressure to demonstrate effectively the success of the medical communications activities they undertake.
Naturally, there are a huge number of metrics that could be used to measure and demonstrate medical communications value. The challenge is to identify, and track, those metrics that really matter, and ensure this information is interpreted effectively.
This pharmaphorum webinar, which will be held in partnership with Complete HealthVizion, will look at how to measure medical communications activities, how to continue with what is successful and how to change what isn’t working.
This means identifying what can be measured, both in terms of reach and engagement as well as behavioural impact, deciding what ‘great’ looks like and how best to define success.
The expert panel will also look at how behavioural science can provide a framework to develop smarter communications and, ultimately, drive better patient outcomes.
This Metrics to Meaning webinar will take place on Wednesday, 23rd January, at 15:00 pm GMT (10:00 EST) and will teach you how to measure the effectiveness of different types of medical communications programmes.
Interacting with the panel will also allow you to learn about a range of practical approaches to implementing metrics, including:
• Innovative ways to measure medical communications value and success
• How to help medical affairs and publications teams demonstrate greater value
• How to optimise tactical outputs year on year
• The importance of demonstrating and measuring behavioural change
In doing so they will also discuss the role of behaviour and the implications of this for measuring success.
Danyi Wen, Shanghai LIDE Biotech, Stefan Jellbauer, Mitra Biotech, Lakshmi Santhosh Maithel, RepositiJan 29 20194:00 pmUTC75 mins
The prevalence of cancer is currently predicted to be higher than ever. Current statistics show 1 in 2 people in the UK and 1 in 2 men/1 in 3 women in the US will experience it at some stage in their lives. And yet the picture for patients is an improving one.
The move towards immunotherapies heralds much promise and this is potentially just the beginning. As cancer is understood increasingly not by type, or even tumour type but specific mutation the era of personalised oncological therapies is visible.
To delve further into this pharmaphorum is pleased to present an exclusive online discussion.
Bringing together experts at the cutting edge of this field it aims to interrogate where we are in terms of this shift towards personalised oncology, what this means in terms of the development pathway and looks at the approaches which could (and will) fully evolve the way that cancer treatments are developed in terms of efficacy, approach and outcome.
this free to attend event will cover a number of topics critical to the future of oncology including:
•The changing face of cancer: how do we define it now?
•Personalised medicine in practice – where are we now in cancer?
•What are the implications from these changes for clinical trials?
•How the shift towards cancer as a phenotype/genotype is being applied in clinical trials and how they are run
•What are co-clinical trials and why could they hold the key to answering unmet need in cancer treatment and beyond into broader drug development?
•Modelling for the future of cancer – can this be done for personalised therapies?
Scam and Phishing emails continue to put organizations of all sizes at risk. A favored vector of attack is the use of a malicious Office document attachment or PDFs to gain a foothold into a targeted system. These types of threats can put account credentials, financial, healthcare information, and other highly sensitive data at risk. How can an organization defend against the onslaught of such attacks that continue to plague them unabated? Join DomainTools and (ISC)2 on January 31, 2019 at 1:00 PM Eastern for a roundtable discussion on mitigating the prevalence and distribution of malicious documents and their payload.