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.
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.
Nearly a quarter of NHS trusts that responded to an FOI request have no employees with cyber security qualifications, with trusts employing just one qualified security professional per 2,582 employees on average.
This month’s round-up of cyber security news nibs includes a cyber-attack on US healthcare provider Atrium Health and a report from the ICO that details how a GP surgery secretary was fired and fined for reading colleagues’ medical records.
Our latest cyber round-up covers new guidelines for internet-connected toys and rumours that Facebook is shopping around for a cyber security company.
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The agreement, which covers a period of three years, also sees all 161,000 NHS Scotland employees migrated to Microsoft Office 365.
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The trust has selected Vectra’s Cognito platform to secure its IT networks against cyber-attacks and help ease strain on the community provider’s IT security team.
Lancashire Care NHS Foundation Trust has been accredited an ISO 27001 certification in information security following an independent assessment.
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Our latest round-up from the cyber security world includes BlackBerry’s new quantum-resistant cryptography tools and an educational cyber security game.