If your database schema is not designed for privacy, don’t let your colleagues fool you into thinking it’s something you can just add in later as a layer. If your modern APIs and integration points aren’t privacy-aware by design, you cannot simply patch it in a future release. If you’re writing code for zero trust, you can’t just change it easily later. Join long-time healthcare CTO Shahid Shah as he talks about the technical means to ensure privacy by design, such as how to create database schemas that allow privacy and security at the table and row levels and how to write code and perform QA to ensure privacy is in the software development lifecycle. This is a can’t miss talk for CTOs, heads of product management, senior engineers, senior architects, developers, programmers, and database professionals (DBAs).
This presentation was delivered at AIN's "Embedding Privacy in Digital Health" event held virtually May 25-26, 2022.