Securing Sensitive Data for Healthcare and Life Sciences

Thurs, June 27th at 8 AM PT
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  • Protecting sensitive data throughout the data lifecycle
  • Building a privacy-safe analytics pipeline with a data privacy vault
  • Achieving better healthcare outcomes with Snowflake & Skyflow
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Healthcare and Life Sciences (HCLS) organizations have a responsibility to safeguard sensitive PII to deliver better healthcare outcomes for patients. That has become even more difficult with the rapid rise of generative AI models that don’t forget the data they ingest. Traditional privacy approaches leave organizations vulnerable to regulatory violations and messy infrastructures.
Skyflow—a Snowflake partner— solves PII and PHI protection with a data privacy vault architecture simplifying:
  • PII protection across health data workflows, data pipelines, and LLMs
  • Compliance with data residency regulations
  • PII de-identification and privacy-safe analytics

Join this live webinar on Thurs, June 27th, to discover how Snowflake and Skyflow can help keep sensitive data secure while usable to advance patient care and treatment outcomes.


Harini Gopalakrishnan

Field CTO of HCLS, Snowflake

Harini Gopalakrishnan is the Field CTO for Life Sciences for Snowflake, based out of New York. She works to contextualize Snowflake and allied partner capabilities for pharma/biotech customers across the globe. Previously, Harini held leadership positions at AWS, Sanofi and Cognizant. She has a master’s in bioinformatics and a bachelor’s in computer science, and is passionate about technology and the innovations it drives in life sciences.

Sean Falconer

Head of Marketing, Skyflow

Sean Falconer has over 15 years experience working in research, engineering, product, developer relations, and marketing. Prior to Skyflow, Sean worked with the World Health Organization to help modernize development of the International Classification of Disease, founded Proven.com, and led developer relations and experience for Google's Business Communication products.