At PANACEA Research we are working on two toolkits for cyber security assessment and preparedness of Healthcare ICT infrastructures and connected devices.
We would like to invite you to contribute to our research by participating in one or more of our Requirement Collection Questionnaires helping us gather information on cybersecurity measures.
"Great! How do I fill in the questionnaires?"
In order to complete the survey, please access the introductive questionnaire HERE – please note that you will be asked to register to the website first.
We will ask you to tell us a bit about your role and the related questionnaires you would like to fill in. You'll find a short description for each one.
Once you complete the Introductive Survey, you will be automatically redirected to the list of questionnaires and you will be able to select and complete the ones you chose based on interests and knowledge.
"Who can complete the survey?"
Anyone working in the Healthcare domain: Hospitals, Clinics, Healthcare Facilities, Healthcare Devices and Applications Suppliers, Healthcare Research Organisations, Policy Makers and Regulators, Cybersecurity and Privacy Supplier Companies, Insurance Companies, Standard Developing Organisations and Patients Associations.
"How much time do I have to complete the questionnaires?"
We value your feedback at anytime. However, we are planning a first analysis based on the data collected by Wednesday, 17 July. Therefore, we would be grateful if you could complete your chosen surveys before then.
"How will you use the survey's results?"
After the collection of results, a consultation will be performed within the user community, leading to a detailed list of needs and expectations, considering different perspectives.
Each item will be transformed into a list of functional and non-functional requirements that allows detecting the most needed features to be captured in the PANACEA Research Toolkit.
The Requirements will be directly linked to specific components of the Toolkit, therefore, your contribution will reflect directly our research and will help us build a better future for the protection of healthcare data for all.