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.
PANACEA is driving a new approach to improving cybersecurity in healthcare by combining the best possible technologies with organisational and governance models and putting human factors at the forefront. In this video, partners share their views on this so-called Holistic approach.
PANACEA’s investigation into cyber security reveals a lack of the required levels of cyber security across countries and healthcare organisations. Issues are multiple, from insecure behaviour to a lack of awareness about the many different types of cyber risks associated with such behaviour.
Almost one year into the PANACEA Research Project (January 2019), the consortium partners behind the technology innovations met in Rome on 7-8 of November to discuss the advances in some specific work packages of the project.
Insights from PANACEA's investigations into health organisation models, medical device and systems lifecycles are the starting point for developing its multi-faceted toolkit for people-centric cybersecurity in healthcare.
At the virtual EAB RPC 2020 conference PANACEA presented its solution for human-to-machine authentication and key contributions to standardisation work on the use of biometrics for identity management in healthcare.
PANACEA Research has launched a public tender on: Services for the development, application and validation of methods / techniques of design and implementation of Medical Devices based on the "Security by Design" methodology
PANACEA strengthens its synergy with cyberwatching.eu to help pinpoint early key exploitable results and drive joint efforts around market readiness levels with peer projects in the European cybersecurity and privacy R&I landscape.
HSE National Director of the Acute Hospitals Division explains the importance of risk governance models, highlighting the importance of bringing together human factors and processes on top of novel IT technologies.