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Podcast: Are Vaccine Passports Capable of Keeping Our Data Safe?


Scott Giordano, JD, from Spirion, discusses how data collection on smartphones raises security issues for consumers’ health care data and whether COVID-19 vaccine passports will truly be capable of keeping our data safe.

On this week's episode of Data Book, Chief Healthcare Executive™ spoke with Scott Giodano, JD, vice president and senior counsel of privacy and compliance at Spirion, a computer software company that specializes in data security. We discussed whether the data collected on our phones, especially health care data, is truly safe and what’s being done to protect it. We also talked about the risks posed by fake COVID-19 vaccine passports and what consumers need to be aware of before submitting their medical information into these applications.

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