Here is a list of talks given by EHIL – presented by Dr. Khaled El Emam unless otherwise noted.

  1. April 18, 2017, “Practical Data De-Identification”. IAPP Global Privacy Summit, Washington, D.C.
  2. December 8, 2016, “What’s Pseudonymization and How Do You Do It?”. Practical Privacy Series 2016, Washington, D.C.
  3. November 17, 2016, “Risk Management Methods for Sharing Health Data”. Keynote speech at MSIA 2016 Summit, Sydney, Australia.
  4. November 15, 2016, “De-identification – The key to customer trust in data innovation”. GovInnovate Summit, Canberra, Australia.
  5. November 14, 2016, “De-identification, anonymization, risk management solutions, privacy analytics”. Keynote speech at iappANZ Trust In Privacy Summit, Sydney, Australia.
  6. November 11, 2016, “The Importance of being Anonymous”. IAPP Europe Data Protection Congress, Brussels, Belgium.
  7. November 8, 2016, “Risk-Based Approaches – The Seven States of Data“. Brussels Privacy Symposium, Brussels, Belgium.
  8. May 10, 2016, “Rethinking the Consent Model”. IAPP Canada Conference, Toronto, Ontario.
  9. April 27, 2016, “Achieving Small Risk when Sharing Big Data”. HITRUST 2016, Grapevine, Texas.
  10. April 25, 2016, “How and When to Use HITRUST DE-ID Framework: Keeping Just What You Need”. HITRUST 2016, Grapevine, Texas.
  11. April 14, 2016, “Big Data Use Case #3 (Health)”. Canadian Privacy Summit 2016, Vancouver, British Columbia.
  12. April 13, 2016, “De-Identification: Practice and Policy”. De-Identification: Practice and Policy, San Francisco, California.
  13. March 22, 2016, “Global Data Protection Regulation”. Wellcome Trust Meeting on The Future of Clinical Trial Data Sharing, London, United Kingdom.
  14. February 5, 2016, “Disruptive Health Technologies and their Impact on Privacy and Security”. 17th Annual Privacy & Security Conference, Victoria, British Columbia.
  15. January 27, 2016, “Practical Experiences with Risk-based De-identification of Clinical Trial Data”. Clinical Data Disclosure and Transparency Conference, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
  16. October 29, 2015, “The Anonymization of Clinical Trial Data in Practice”. 37th International Data Protection and Privacy Commissioners Conference 2015, Amsterdam, Netherlands.
  17. October 22, 2015, “Health Data de-identification”. Privacy + Security Forum, Washington, D.C.
  18. September 1, 2015, “Practical De-Identification”. CCC Engineering Privacy Workshop, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
  19. August 31, 2015, “Privacy Tool Clinic, Part 2”. CCC Engineering Privacy Workshop, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
  20. June 3, 2015, “Big Data Ethics”, NetDiligence Cyber Risk & Privacy Liability Forum, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
  21. April 27, 2015, “Achieving World Peace”, HiTrust 2015, Grapevine, Texas.
  22. April 15, 2015, “Health Care Security Breaches”. HIMMSS 2015 Intel Breakfast Panel, Chicago, Illinois.
  23. March 5, 2015, “The Role of De-identification in the Age of Big Data”. Global Privacy Summit 2015, Washington, DC.
  24. February 20, 2015, “Big Data, Policy and Personalized Medicine”. MIT Sloan BioInnovations 2015, Boston, Mass.
  25. February 7, 2015, “Privacy in the New World of Apps, Social Networking and Data Innovations – Will it Still Exist and How can we Protect It?”. BORN Ontario Conference 2015, Ottawa, Ontario.
  26. November 12, 2014, “De-identification Methods for Clinical Trials Data: Meeting Privacy Obligations for Clinical Trials Transparency Initiatives”. CDISC International Interchange 2014, Washington, DC.
  27. November 2, 2014, “Understanding Burden of Illness Using RWE: Building Patient Cohorts for Quick and Accurate Patient insights from EMR in Canada”. CAPT 2014 Pre-Conference Workshop, Toronto, Ontario.
  28. October 21, 2014, “Responsible Methods for Sharing Data”. De-identification Symposium: Preserving Privacy & Advancing Data Analytics, Toronto, Ontario.
  29. October 15, 2014, “Sharing Personal Health Information for Secondary Purposes: An Enterprise Risk Management Framework”. National Privacy and Data Governance Congress, Calgary, Alberta.
  30. October 9, 2014, “Free the Data, Manage the Risks”. NAHDO, San Diego, California.