CyberHealth

Delivering a Cyber-Resilient Healthcare Infrastructure

6 November 2024

London

CyberHealth November 2024

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Attending the CyberHealth UK conference was an eye-opening experience that left me with a much deeper appreciation for the importance of cybersecurity in the public sector. The conference provided a wealth of practical advice and guidance on how to mitigate cyber threats, as well as insights into emerging trends and technologies. I would highly recommend this conference to anyone working in the public sector who is concerned about the security of their digital assets.

Deputy Chief Information Officer – UK Ministry of Defense

The CyberHealth UK conference was an excellent opportunity to learn about the latest threats and vulnerabilities facing the public sector, as well as the strategies and technologies being used to combat them. The speakers were top-notch, and the interactive sessions allowed for lively discussions and exchanges of ideas. I would definitely attend this conference again in the future.

Head of Information Security – UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office

The CyberHealth UK conference exceeded all my expectations. The sessions were engaging and informative, and the presenters were all experts in their respective fields. The conference covered a wide range of cybersecurity topics, from threat intelligence to incident response, and I came away with a much deeper understanding of how to protect my organization from cyberattacks. I highly recommend this conference to anyone in the public sector looking to enhance their cybersecurity knowledge and skills.

Chief Information Security Officer – UK Ministry of Justice

As a chief information officer responsible for the safety and security of my organization’s digital assets, attending the CyberHealth UK conference was an invaluable experience. The conference not only provided me with a comprehensive overview of the latest trends and best practices in cybersecurity, but also gave me the opportunity to network with other professionals in the field. I left the conference feeling energized and inspired to take my organization’s cybersecurity to the next level.

CIO – UK National Health Service

The CyberHealth UK conference was an absolute must-attend event for anyone in the public sector concerned with the safety and security of our nation’s digital infrastructure. The caliber of the speakers and the insights they shared were truly eye-opening, and I left the conference feeling much better equipped to handle the challenges of cybersecurity in my role. I cannot recommend this conference highly enough

Head of Cybersecurity – UK Department of Defense

Developing a Secure Cyber-Resilient ecosystem in the UK’s Health and Social Care sector

Welcome to the CyberHealth 2024 Summit – This powerful strategy event will set out the importance of building and maintaining a secure cyber infrastructure across Health and Adult Social Care organisations in order to maintain cyber resilience within the Health Sector. For this reason, the conference’s key focus will be on the technological delivery and deployment of the key pillars set out in the Department of Health’s recently released Cyber Security Strategy: “A Cyber Resilient Health and Adult Social Care System in England: Cyber Security Strategy to 2030”

The CyberHealth 2024 Summit will focus on the operations underpinning the new policy and how collaborative working will directly support and enable better health outcomes. Improved cyber resilience will assure the availability of services, protect valuable data, and build patient and service user trust in healthcare systems and processes.

Furthermore, the event will set out a vision for reducing the cyber security risk to health and social care organisations, protecting patient, service user and staff data, and implementing measures to ensure organisations are able to recover quickly from cyber attacks when they do occur.

Reasons to attend

CyberHealth Summit 2024 will be addressing all those challenges by bringing together Policy-Makers, C-Level decision-makers and influencers from across the NHS, Social Care and technology sectors to explain how to prepare, detect and protect their organisation’s data from cyber threats.

  • The event’s key focus is on the technological delivery and deployment of the key pillars set out in the Department of Health’s recently released Cyber Security Strategy.
  • Collaborative working will directly support and enable better health outcomes by improving cyber resilience, protecting valuable data, and building patient and service user trust in healthcare systems and processes.
  • The event sets out a vision for reducing the cyber security risk to health and social care organizations, protecting patient, service user, and staff data, and implementing measures to ensure organizations can recover quickly from cyber attacks when they do occur.
  • Technology and data are critical to providing effective care, and with new technologies such as artificial intelligence, healthcare services are becoming increasingly digitized.
  • Since the WannaCry incident in 2017, cyber and data security has become one of the top priorities for CISOs across the NHS.
  • Working towards a cyber-resilient health and social care sector is a significant challenge.

Programme & featured topics

Check out the conference topics to discover how the day will be calibrated.

From keynote presentations, industry-leading technical use cases, product demos and solution provider-led breakout sessions, CyberHealth 2024 is packed full of highly relevant, tailored and content-rich presentations designed with you in mind.

Solution Provider Seminars

A central feature of Whitehall Media’s award-winning events is the solution provider-led breakout sessions.

Our industry-leading seminars provide delegates with an opportunity to attend an expert-led session of their choosing with a recognised global brand leader in cybersecurity. With its own dedicated suite, you will have the opportunity for 1-1 questioning whilst connecting with like-minded peers who are experiencing pain points similar to yours.

Limited places are available, 169 days, 17 hours & 25 minutes left to secure your seat.

Previous events

A particular highlight of GovSec 2022 was Stuart Frost BEM, Head of Enterprise Security & Risk Management, DWP, posing the question of why delivering an integrated security approach enabling business objectives is so challenging.

Stuart went on to look at why a risk-driven approach to security is so challenging in today’s delivery-focused environment and provided some real-world examples of how he has successfully managed to do so in the many senior roles he has held across government.

 

 

At a Glance

At a glance-why should I attend this event?

CyberHealth Summit 2024 will uniquely analyse the New Policy Paper and inform on key cyber security issues from the business leadership perspective, with a special provision for contributed thought leadership. The conference will help decision-makers and influencers in the Cyber and c-suite space to better understand cyber security challenges from a business perspective, and apply fresh insight to one of the most daunting challenges the NHS and Social Care sector now face.

In an increasingly digitised health and social care system, technology and data are critical to providing effective care.  With new technologies such as artificial intelligence, healthcare services are becoming increasingly digitised and healthcare provisions are operating under an ever-increasing fear of cyber-attack. Since the 2017 global ransomware attack occurred, known as the WannaCry incident, cyber and data security is now one of the top priorities for CISOs across the NHS. As such working towards a cyber-resilient health and social care sector is a significant challenge.

Register today to ensure that you do not miss out on the opportunity to listen to keynote presentations, select a breakout session of your choosing, or visit the online exhibition space to speak to our sponsors and check out some of the latest products that the market has to offer.

By attending CyberHealth 2024 you will

  • Learn about the key pillars of the Department of Health’s Cyber Security Strategy, with a focus on how technology can enable better health outcomes.
  • Understand how collaborative working can help improve cyber resilience, protect valuable data, and build patient and service user trust in healthcare systems and processes.
  • Discover a vision for reducing cyber security risks to health and social care organizations, safeguarding patient, service user, and staff data, and implementing measures for quick recovery from cyber attacks.
  • Explore the critical role that data and technology play in providing effective care, particularly in the context of emerging technologies like artificial intelligence.
  • Gain insight into how cyber and data security has become a top priority for CISOs across the NHS since the WannaCry incident in 2017.
  • Discover the significant challenge of developing a cyber-resilient health and social care sector, and learn about the collaborative efforts required to meet this challenge.

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