Talks

  1. October 22, 2013, “Shared Health Data: A Path Forward,” Chief Information Officer & Chief Privacy Officer Forum, Toronto, ON.
  2. October 22, 2013, “Big Data Meets Privacy: An Overview of a De-Identification Maturity Model for Benchmarking and Improving De-identification Practices,” HPCVL Symposium, Toronto, ON.
  3. October 18, 2013, “Perspectives From Across the Disciplines,” 2nd Annual CASARAI International Conference, Ottawa, Ontario.
  4. October 17, 2013, “Big Data and Privacy,” Council of Chief Privacy Officers, Montreal, QC.
  5. October 10, 2013, “De-Identifying Data is Often the Strongest Privacy Solution: Lead with Data Minimization,” Privacy and Access 20/20 Conference, Vancouver, BC.
  6. October 2, 2013, “Managing Privacy Risks when Sharing Health Data,” IDRC Lunch Presentation, Ottawa, ON.
  7. September 26, 2013, “Facilitating Analytics While Protecting Individual Privacy Using Data De-identification,” StrataRX Conference, Boston, Massachusetts.
  8. September 25, 2013, “Big Data Meets Privacy: An Overview of a De-Identification Maturity Model for Benchmarking and Improving De-identification Practice,” StrataRX Conference, Boston, Massachusetts.
  9. September 23, 2013, “Data Sharing Workshop,” 2013 Cochrane Colloquium, Quebec City, QC.
  10. July 24, 2013 (E. Moher, and K. El Emam) “Perception of risk of disclosure of health information,” Workshop on Risk Perception in IT Security and Privacy, Symposium on Usable Privacy and Security, Newcastle, UK.
  11. June 25, 2013, “The Innovation Economy: Information Revolution Transforming Health Care Through Big Data,” Bipartisan Policy Center Public Policy Forum, Washington, DC.
  12. May 24, 2013, “The Secret to Secure Analytics in the Cloud,” IAPP Canada Privacy Symposium, Toronto, ON.
  13. May 22, 2013, “Big Data vs. Privacy: How to Successfully Leverage Data While Protecting Individual Privacy,” IAPP Canada Privacy Symposium, Toronto, ON.
  14. April 26, 2013, “Data Privacy and De-Identification Presentation,” Government of Alberta, Edmonton, AB.
  15. April 17, 2013, “Health Care in the Data Age,” The Data Effect Conference, Ottawa, ON.
  16. April 9, 2013, “Encryption for confidentiality protection in geospatial studies with human subjects,” AAG Annual Meeting, Santa Monica, California.
  17. April 4, 2013, “Experiences with Secure ARO Surveillance from Long-term-care Homes in Ontario”, The Ontario Public Health Convention, Toronto, Ontario.
  18. March 6, 2013, “Secure Analytics in the Cloud Workshop,” 2013 Annual HIMSS Conference & Exhibition, New Orleans, Louisiana.
  19. February 26, 2013, “Secure Analytics on the Cloud,” Strata 2013, Santa Clara, California.
  20. February 22, 2013, “Re-identification risk of de-identified research data,” Baltimore, Maryland.
  21. February 7, 2013, “Big Data,” Ontario Bar Association’s Institute 2013, Toronto, ON.
  22. February 6, 2013, “Secure Analytics in the Cloud,” Workshop at the 14th Annual Privacy and Security Conference, Victoria, BC.
  23. January 28, 2013, “De-Identification of Personally Identifiable Information,” at IAPP Practical Privacy Series, New York.
  24. January 15, 2013, “Secure multiparty computation,” Office of the Information and Privacy Commissioner of Ontario, Toronto, ON.
  25. January 11, 2013, “Sharing health data while protecting patient privacy,” UBC James Hogg Research Centre’s Seminar Series, Vancouver, BC.
  26. October 24, 2012, ‘Emotions and Personal Health on Twitter’ at the Department of Epidemiology, Faculty of Medicine, University of Ottawa, Ottawa, ON.
  27. October 19, 2012, ‘Data Privacy: Keeping big data from becoming big brother’ at The Data Effect, Toronto, ON.
  28. October 17, 2012, ‘Responsibility Using and Disclosing De-identified Data Under the HIPAA Privacy Rule’ at The Strata Rx Conference, San Francisco, California.
  29. October 15, 2012, ‘Machine Learning Applications in Studies of Health Information’ at the Department of Epidemiology, Faculty of Medicine, University of Ottawa, Ottawa, ON. Given by Marina Sokolova (PhD).
  30. October 12, 2012, ‘Machine Learning Applications in Health Care’ at EECS, University of Ottawa, Ottawa, ON. Given by Marina Sokolova (PhD).