"We needed something with client-side encryption so that I don't have to trust Google with the information. I don't have to trust Virtru with the information. I'm only trusting that information with the person I'm sharing it with."
Thus far, most cybersecurity leaders have focused their efforts on governing access to structured data that their organizations possess internally. But what about unstructured data that is constantly being shared externally via email, files, and collaboration workflows?
In this thought leadership session from Google Cloud Next 2022, Omada Health shares perspectives on how IT leaders can take steps to improve privacy and meet compliance obligations by governing sensitive data that is constantly flowing in and out of organizations via collaboration workflows.
Bill Dougherty, CISO, Omada Health: William has over 20 years of experience protecting and overseeing information security, information technology (IT) operations, and managed services for a host of technology companies. Dougherty led Omada through its hyper-growth phase by shaping all aspects of internal IT, end-user support, vendor management, and operational security and compliance, making Omada the first digital therapeutics company to achieve both a HITRUST and SOC2 certification for their services. With healthcare being one of the most breached industries, William takes great pride in helping prevent security lapses from creating a barrier to people receiving the best care possible.
Rob McDonald, SVP of Strategy and Field CPO: Rob is an advocate of safeguarding data across new applications and data-sharing workflows. Prior to Virtru, Rob was the CIO for several Acute Care facilities and Denovo Healthcare development teams and was selected in Becker’s Review as a 2013 / 2014 Top 100 Healthcare CIOs. Rob consults with numerous Fortune 100 companies to assess their information security position, develops plans to mitigate technical shortcomings, and enables digital transformation via Zero Trust. Rob holds a BS degree in Computer Science from the University of Texas at Dallas and is a perpetual student of technology, information security, and privacy practices.