Tue, 14 Jul | Online - Zoom

Balancing Cyber Security Outcomes With Clinical Outcomes During Covid-19 Pandemic Emergency Response (And Where To Now?)

Part 1: Keeping The Lights On - Balancing Cyber Security Outcomes With Clinical Outcomes During Covid-19 Pandemic Emergency Response Part 2: Where to Now For Cybersecurity in Health in a post-pandemic World?
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Time & Location

14 Jul 2020, 08:00 – 09:00 BST
Online - Zoom

About The Event

The Covid-19 pandemic has been a complex challenge for health systems, including for cyber security. Richard Harrison will present a case study from New Zealand in two parts. Part 1: Keeping The Lights On - Balancing Cyber Security Outcomes With Clinical Outcomes During Covid-19 Pandemic Emergency Response; and Part 2: Where to Now For Cybersecurity in Health in a post-pandemic World? 

About the speaker

Richard is an award winning global cybersecurity leader who understands cybersecurity risks balanced against the demands of users and, in a healthcare setting, patients. He has overseen and built a spectrum of security services including strategic consulting, cyber defence, digital identity, response and remediation services, and managed security services. 

At healthAlliance he is focused on building and implementing an information security transformation strategy and programme designed to embed robust and effective governance over cyber security and risk and develop the capabilities required to effectively implement security controls. The aim is to improve visibility into the environment and know the unknown; ensure security by design from initiation, design, build and operate and excel in the basic areas of security hygiene.

Join us via Zoom as we explore how to scale up and sustain cybersecurity in a post-pandemic world.

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