As digitisation of hospitals and healthcare increases, larger banks of collated data eventuate. This increases significant risk for organisations and health providers responsible for data security in a time where consumer awareness and expectations are increasing around data use, privacy and security.
This discussion explored cybersecurity in healthcare, organisational requirements, and combined a wide range of discussions, such as: premise vs cloud, risks of paper based records, and security of health and payment transactions.
While embracing with digital programs to support health system changes and digital health innovation, are there inherent and increased risks? How do I balance innovation against risk?
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Abstract "Cybersecurity has become a major topic. It struck me that I have to protect the kids and the best way to do that is to get more engaged and more involved. So when the Cybersecurity opportunity came available I thought 'you know that’s something I would...read more
Abstract "What I found really interesting was that we’ve moved beyond just the basic word of people’s individual security and it’s a broader security of all of us together with this sharing of information. And if anything, what was really interesting is two points;...read more
Abstract "I felt that a lot of the conversation was about security from the perspective of trying to protect your information and more of a reactive paradigm. I felt like the conversation in healthcare hasn’t changed much in the last several years that we need to...read more