- 30 June 2020
12:30 - 13:30
Our healthcare organisations face many of the same attacks as large enterprises but often have fewer resources to defend themselves. From cyber criminals seeking to extort healthcare trusts, the COVID-19 pandemic to nation-state’s attempting to steal sensitive personal information, our digital healthcare providers come under a constant barrage yet must remain up to date with how attacks are morphing over time. We present research from F5 Labs which shows the most common forms of attack that the healthcare industry comes under and how this threat intelligence can help you prioritise defences to mitigate the most significant risks.
In this webinar you will learn:
– Which attacks are most commonly used against healthcare organisations
– The financial and human impact they can have
– How attack techniques are evolving and how threat actors are changing their primary target
– What methods and tactics are effective in combating these threats
David Warburton is an information security threat researcher and evangelist for F5 Networks. His focus areas of research are on cryptographic protocols and certificates, digital identity, web application security, information risk management and compliance & regulation. A recent alumni of Royal Holloway University where he wrote his MSc dissertation on IoT Security, he now works on identifying emerging cyber threats, producing actionable intelligence reports and consulting on cyber security strategy within public sector, retail and financial organisations.
Jon Hoeksma, CEO, Digital Health
- Saeed Umar, Head of Technical Services at Lancashire Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
- Richard Harvey, Solutions Engineer, F5 Networks
- David Warburton, Senior Threat Research Evangelist EMEA, F5
- Neill Burton, Director of Channel and Alliances UK&I for F5 Networks
Please find the slides belowDigital Health Webinar 2020