Government sets strategy to bolster NHS and social care’s cyber defence
The new strategy sets out five key ways to build cyber resilience in health and care by 2030 and is part of the government’s commitment to build a stronger, more sustainable NHS for the future. The Department of Health and Social Care (DHSC) has published a new cyber security strategy for England with the goal […]
Digital Health’s 2022 Review: Top 10 most read news stories
With 2023 within touching distance, let’s reflect on the last 12 months by looking back at Digital Health’s most popular and most read stories of the year.
Digital Health Review of the Year 2022
Digital Health’s CEO and editor-in-chief Jon Hoeksma looks back at the key themes and stories in digital health across the past 12 months.
Digital Health Unplugged: Cyber security news team debrief
The news team gather in person for the latest episode of Unplugged to discuss the Advanced cyber-attack story and the lack of cyber-defence national policy.
NHS Digital releases cyber security materials for social care organisations
NHS Digital has updated their security awareness toolkit, Keep I.T. Confidential, to help support social care organisations to improve security culture.
The security conversation on connected medical devices is far from over
Our cyber security columnist, Davey Winder, explains why security conversations surrounding connected medical devices are not over yet.
Specops confirmed as Digital Health’s cyber security hub sponsor
Password management and authentication solution vendor, Specops, has been confirmed as the new sponsor of Digital Health’s Cyber Security hub.
Blockchain makes medical data more secure
Jonas Lundqvist, CEO at Haidrun, looks at how a blockchain-powered digital healthcare ecosystem can increase the security and privacy of data.
The Log4j security iceberg has far from melted away
A few months after reports about a flaw in open-source Java logging library, Davey Winder looks into whether NHS organisations still need to worry about it.
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Organisations warned about Log4j flaw which could impact services
Organisations are being warned about a flaw in the open-source Java logging library, Log4j, which could affect a number of services.