10 November 2017
12:30 - 13:30
In the lead-up to the Public Cyber Security event on 7 December at the ICC, this webinar provides practical insights into the role of professional and local communities in helping NHS organisations to manage the growing cyber risk to the NHS.
Since WannaCry, we’ve since seen a plethora of programmes emerge which provide a system-level architecture for protecting the public from cyber harm.
But what about implementation at the local level? How do we ensure NHS organisations have access to cyber professionals to provide guidance in ensuring good practice is implemented? And what approaches can be taken to ensure that boards are aware of and can manage the risks to their organisation?
The BCS’s David Evans will provide an update and overview of the BCS Cyber Security Blueprint in Health and Care, the collective roadmap for its implementation and the opportunity for the digital health community to engage.
Jon Hoeksma will talk about the role of the Digital Health NHS IT leadership networks in providing an ‘early warning’ system and collaboration platform that enables NHS leaders to quickly share information and respond to threats.
David Evans, Director, policy and community, BCS
Jon Hoeksma, Editor and CEO, Digital Health
Further insights on both the ‘early warning system’ developed by the leadership networks and the evolving BCS Cyber Security Blueprint will be revealed at the Public Cyber Security event on 7 December. Register here