A study on the IoT-based Wearable Sensor Devices and patient data security
This paper (March 2017) explores and examines ethical issues in digital health, such as the misuse of metadata for investigating and prosecuting doctors who act as whistle-blowers within the public
Denmark sets out its national, human-centric and holistic strategy to strengthen the collective effort around cyber risks in healthcare
An analysis of specific characteristics in healthcare organisations related to cybersecurity
This paper (February 2018) modelled the level of exposure, security and organisational factors associated with healthcare data breaches.
ENISA recommendations for hospitals and operators of essential services, IoT device manufacturers and policy makers
This paper (February 2018) predates the funding lifecycle of PANACEA under Europe's H2020 programme.
A standard way of defining roles in the field by knowledge, skills and abilities, as well as categories and specialties.
Key recommendations primarily for executives implementing a smart hospital strategy
This paper (May 2018) investigates risks related to the usage of the networked medical and healthcare devices.
The number of cyber-attacks around the world exploded in 2020: exploiting the Covid-19 pandemic as an opportunity for cybercriminals to take advantage of the shift in focus towards smart working and hospital staff transferred to the frontline.