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Adam Gordon Gives Researchers a Better Digital Search Tool

In Publisher Channel, Technology by Mary Kurek

Adam Gordon, CEO of Plumb.one Independent Search knows that a lot of people aren’t just looking for the nearest coffee shop or how to get rid of pimples. He knows there are journalists, clinical researchers, thought leaders, health and wellness professionals, and those looking for specific information on health, legal, or historical topics, and more. Sometimes, that information isn’t as …

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Under GDPR – Do You Need a Representative Office for UK and EU?

In ADP From The Trust Bridge Channel, Data by Mary Kurek

Questions: Does your organisation offer goods and service internationally? Do you offer goods and services to the UK and/or EU from outside that region? Do you have employees based in the UK or EU? This workshop will look at the issues of data transfer post-Schrems and post-Brexit, as well as the key issue relating to the need for a representative …

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Takeaways from 2020 Frontrunner Interviews and How They Could Impact Your 2021

In Frontrunners Nation, News by Mary Kurek

We’re so blessed with a magazine full of interesting people and loads of rich interviews that provide us all with a nice big dose of inspiration to fulfill our own mission toward impact.  The year 2020 provided me, as the Publisher, with plenty of “aha” and “you’re kidding me” moments.  I’ll list some of them here with links to the …

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What’s Behind the Public Internet Communication Privacy Crisis in Healthcare

In Features25 by Mary Kurek

By John McNulty,  CEO of Didgebridge Who and what is fueling these Public Internet invasions of our healthcare privacy?  (“Digital Hipaa”) It’s all about compiling highly monetizable Healthcare Risk-Profiles…on all of us. The Public Internet’s Privacy violating “bad-guys” are currently mining our Healthcare Public Internet Communication. This includes our visits to drug/device company websites and hospital  websites, as well as WebMD, Patients-Like-Me, …

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Jesus Medel Advises on Problems and Solutions in Cybersecurity

In Blockchain, Data, Features25 by Mary KurekLeave a Comment

Jesús Medel operates his cybersecurity and IT consulting business from a headquarters in Mexico.  He has more than 30 years of experience in IT business consulting, specializing in disruptive technologies solutions for organizations.  He has been working in innovation, sales, and architecture related to emerging technologies, like Smart Cities, IoT, space computing (AR and VR), 3D and4D printing, AI, and …

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Penny Heyes of The Trust Bridge Supports Data Security and the Industry it Created

In Data, Features25, Game Changers 25 by Mary Kurek1 Comment

Penny Heyes and her partner at The Trust Bridge started out filling a gap in data protection.  Based in the UK, they found a niche when GDPR came on the scene to regulate data privacy.  Working in diverse industries in areas around the world gave The Trust Bridge the opportunity to see an emerging occupation…one that needed its own support.  …

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John McNulty – Didgebridge

In Data, GameChangers22, Health by Mary KurekLeave a Comment

John McNulty is passionate about the privacy and security of personal data.  His company, Didgebridge, is a privacy-focused company that serves the patient loyalty, regimen adherence, education, engagement, and retention needs of the healthcare and consumer retail industries.  They bridge the gap between high-quality video production and video content distribution. With so much of mental health tied to strict compliance …