Panel Discussion: Cybersecurity across healthcare

About this event

As healthcare becomes increasingly digitised and connected, organisations are collaborating and sharing data more and more within the system - service providers, payers, device companies, equipment manufacturers to name a few. 

However, those connections increase risk. Through these collaborations, organisations are extending, and absorbing, the risk and vulnerabilities of their ecosystem partners.

Yet most businesses still look at cybersecurity as strictly an individual effort.

It's an especially tough spot for healthcare organisations because unlike in other industries, they sometimes don't have a choice about with whom they collaborate and transact. It's a mandate.

This heightened level of exposure is good news for the "bad guys" who view ecosystems as an ever-widening attack surface. 

Topics will include:

  • Healthcare organisations approach
  • Stronger security - factors in a broader ecosystem
  • New models and policies
  • Partners and third parties
  • Standard of security

Event run by:

https://www.hisa.org.au/

Information about third party events has been provided by the organiser or sourced from the event website. Inclusion in the events calendar should not be construed as endorsement of the event by the Agency. Information is provided as a service to the digital health developer community, and all event arrangements may be subject to change and should be confirmed with the event organiser.

Tuesday, 3 December 2019 - 7:00am
Rydges Southbank, Brisbane

For additional conference material and to register, use the More Information link below:

Stay In Touch

with the Australian Digital Health Agency

Provide your details to keep informed about the latest news, events and the work we are doing on the National Digital Health Strategy.

Register to Subscribe

By operation of the Public Governance, Performance and Accountability (Establishing the Australian Digital Health Agency) Rule 2016, on 1 July 2016, all the assets and liabilities of NEHTA will vest in the Australian Digital Health Agency. In this website, on and from 1 July 2016, all references to "National E-Health Transition Authority" or "NEHTA" will be deemed to be references to the Australian Digital Health Agency. PCEHR means the My Health Record, formerly the "Personally Controlled Electronic Health Record", within the meaning of the My Health Records Act 2012 (Cth), formerly called the Personally Controlled Electronic Health Records Act 2012 (Cth).

Back to Top