App developers legally and routinely share data but evidence suggest many fail to provide privacy assurances around how they share the data, experts said.
WannaCry put healthcare cyber security in the headlines and on local and national priority lists. But, two years later, have lasting changes truly been made? Or has the momentum been lost? Jennifer Trueland reports.
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In the UK several companies are looking into the viability of 5G technology in healthcare, but as with all new technology there are risks involved.
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Our latest cyber news round up features a report which suggests legacy applications could be posing a serious cyber security risk to hospitals.
A freedom of information request which revealed a lack of cyber and information governance training may be something of a red herring. But that doesn’t mean there isn’t valuable work to be done on creating a cyber-qualified NHS IT workforce, our expert columnist Davey Winder argues.
The entry level of the DSPT has been specifically designed for care providers as a stepping stone towards achieving the full toolkit.
This month’s round up features news that University Hospitals of Morecambe Bay NHS Trust has been hit by more than 140 cyber attacks in the last five years.
As NHS Digital begins the search for a new chief information security officer (CISO) after the surprise resignation of Robert Coles, our cybersecurity columnist Davey Winder muses on what qualities the recruiters should be looking for.
The former GlaxoSmithKline security chief was appointed as chief information security officer in September 2018 and started on 1 October.
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