As a digital strategist, Mr. Daniel ensures HIPAA-related data and other sensitive information remain safe and protected. He has successfully developed and implemented improvements for electronic infrastructures within the U.S. Department of Defense, as well as for public and private healthcare systems. His expertise includes designing and leading security upgrades, tailoring selected hardware and software to entity need, while creating security and use protocols that guard intellectual property. Mr. Daniel is known for his effective communication skills, which notably bridge the widening gap between technology and healthcare, and for having trained and supported interdisciplinary teams worldwide.
Mr. Daniel’s experience includes assisting healthcare professionals and systems overcome issues in network connectivity, security, applications and endpoints. He has managed inventory for more than 10,000 computers, devices and peripherals, and trained more than 2,000 end-users, managers, directors and C-Suite officers in application use and security. As an RPA Sensor Operator in the U.S. Air Force, Mr. Daniel provided intelligence, surveillance, reconnaissance and support for U.S. Armed Forces in Iraq and Afghanistan. He maintained and handled top-secret intelligence data and led a team of six flight-ready airmen through training, missions and debriefs. He effectively wrote software, which reduced delay of intelligence data delivery by 60 percent.