It didn’t take long from the start of the Covid-19 outbreak to see increased volumes of spam emails, accelerated spread of health-specific malware and significant spoofing of health care organisations, not to mention the increased risk of cyber-attack as a result of the enforced new ways of working. But as a society we have been able to react at incredible speed to deal with this new environment.
In this free online event, we will share examples of the cyber-threats witnessed during the first months of the Covid-19 pandemic and explore how to capitalise on the work already done so that organisations can be ready for future challenges, including the need for a clinical-led approach. Our panel will discuss why it is important to incorporate cyber-security as part of wider organisational strategies, approaching it not just as another IT initiative but as a critical patient safety issue.
Submit your questions
Ahead of the event, send your question to the panel by visiting the Slido page here.
Please submit questions by 12pm on 7 July for the chance to have your question featured in the discussion. Popular questions submitted during the broadcast on Wednesday 15 July will be answered and shared on the event page afterwards.