HCI International Conference 2020 takes place virtually 19-24 July. The main themes of the conference are: Human-computer interaction and Human interface and the management of information.
PANACEA is showcasing its research findings and solutions to improve cyber security in healthcare with a paper-based presentation on Thursday 23 July 2020, from 14:00-16:00 CEST in the session on HCI for Cybersecurity, Privacy and Trust.
On 9 July 2020, PANACEA took the first steps towards forming a synergy on joint exploitation of results on cybersecurity and privacy within Horizon 2020 through the support of cyberwatching.eu.
PANACEA partners from the Gemelli University Hospital in Rome and Trust-IT Services joined a call with six peer R&I projects: DEFEND, GUARD, FENTEC, PAPAYA, SAPPAN and SealedGRID to explore new opportunities for lightweight synergies aimed at improving market readiness levels and defining joint actions moving forward.
Liam Woods is HSE National Director of the Acute Hospitals Division. The Division works closely with the Hospital Groups to deliver hospital services across Ireland.
One of the priorities of the Division is improving hospital waiting times by ensuring that the Hospital Groups are fully operational, strengthening their financial accountability, human resource planning and overall performance, and continuing the development of the new Children's Hospital.
The Israeli Ministry of Health and the Home Front Command hosted the Sixth Israeli International Conference on Preparedness and Response to Emergencies and Disasters. The conference provided an opportunity for professionals from around the world to share the latest findings and new experiences concerning health system readiness for disasters and emergencies of all types.
UCSC attended the conference on behalf of the PANACEAresearch project during the session concerning cyber security.
PANACEA Research has investigated cyber risk scenarios from multiple perspectives in the context of healthcare organisations. These include cyber-attack-driven, regulatory-driven and behaviour-driven risk analyses.