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21 January 2020
Liam Woods is HSE National Director of the Acute Hospitals Division.
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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.