David Houlding is the Healthcare Privacy & Security Lead Architect at Intel, with more than 20 years of experience in healthcare, enterprise architecture and privacy & security. David is responsible for tracking healthcare trends, privacy & security risks they drive, and best practices for managing risks globally. As the former Lead Architect for the Intel Health Guide System, and prior to that the Chief Architect of Perot Systems Healthcare Payer Systems, David has extensive experience in healthcare (provider and payer) and privacy & security. He also has experience across a variety of other business domains including financial services, manufacturing, telecommunications, insurance, satellite imaging, and research and development.
With several patents granted by the USPTO, David has a proven track record for innovation. David is a CISSP (Certified Information Systems Security Professional), a CIPP (Certified Information Privacy Professional), and has a Master of Applied Science in Data Compression and Digital Signal Processing from Simon Fraser University, British Columbia, Canada. David has presented keynotes and sessions, and participated in panel discussions at numerous major industry conferences including HIMSS, mHealth Summit, Strata Rx, HealthTech NextGeneration, InfoSec, NIST HIPAA Security Conference, iHT2 Health IT Summit, NIST Security Automation Conference, Enterprise Architecture Practitioners Conferences, Innovation Insights, and several other conferences. He has published and contributed to numerous articles in major trade journals including Healthcare Technology Online and Dr. Dobb’s Journal. David has also made contributions to book publications including XML Unleashed, and has been interviewed for newspaper and other articles.