Paubox SECURE is a healthcare cybersecurity and innovation conference, bringing together industry leaders in a unique event to drive learning and discussion around the challenges of driving innovation in healthcare while keeping data secure.
This conference is perfect for anyone who works in and around healthcare — from hospitals to payers, from consultants to investors, and everyone in between.
In addition to the informative keynotes and panel discussions, there will be a variety of networking opportunities.
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“The topics were really right on with what’s going on in the industry. They are talking about HIPAA, security, medical devices, and innovation. Innovation is an area I’m deeply interested in so I really loved the presentations.”
After a long year of virtual events and conferences, we are excited to announce Paubox SECURE will be in Las Vegas! Together, we can make the 4th annual Paubox SECURE a meaningful and long overdue reunion for you, our expert panelists, sponsors, and colleagues.
Paubox takes your health and safety seriously, and we understand that these are unusual times. Therefore, we will conduct the detailed and comprehensive planning required to safely and responsibly host an in-person event in Las Vegas in September 2021.
Paubox SECURE protocols will meet or exceed all applicable requirements for health and safety. Additionally, we will draw from local, national, and other relevant guidelines. Protocols will include and are not limited to Clark County, State of Nevada, Park MGM, the CDC, to design a set of practices that will keep our community safe.
As we work towards event protocols and requirements, we will keep you up-to-date with details. In the meantime, know we are working hard to keep you and those around you safe when we come together to Las Vegas in September.
Have questions, comments, or concerns? Feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org
“I liked the breadth of topics we focused on. Many other conferences focus on basically promoting the organization that’s putting it on. It felt a lot more like the topics were there to inform me as an audience member.”