Tyrone Grandison

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  • Proficiency Labs
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Security Privacy Data Mobile Healthcare Trust Management

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About

I am the Program Manager for Core Healthcare Services in IBM Research's Service organization. My current focus areas are Privacy & Security and Healthcare Information Integration. Previously, I led the Intelligent Information Systems (IIS) team in the Computer Science department at the IBM Almaden Research Center. The group is focused on fundamental science in the field of data disclosure management that is relevant and applicable to industry verticals.

Publications

Access Control For Smarter Healthcare Using Policy Spaces

Ardagna C

Computers & … (2010)

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An evaluation of feature sets and sampling techniques for de-identification of medical records

Gardner J, Xiong L, Wang F

Proceedings of the … (2010)

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HIPAA compliance and patient privacy protection.

Grandison T, Bhatti R

Studies in health technology and informatics (2010)

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Healthcare chains - enabling application and data privacy controls for healthcare information systems.

Omran E, Grandison T, Abu Almaati S

Studies in health technology and informatics (2010)

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New access models for healthcare

Grandison T

Proceeding of the 15th ACM symposium on Access control models and technologies - SACMAT '10 (2010)

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Professional experience

CEO

Proficiency Labs

November 2012 - Present

Education history

Imperial College

PhD

September 1999 - June 2003 (3 years 9 months)