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

Welcome to the CyberHealth 2023 Summit, where we’ll explore the critical importance of building and maintaining a secure cyber infrastructure across Health and Adult Social Care organizations. Our focus will be on maintaining cyber resilience within the Health Sector, and we’ll do this by examining the technological delivery and deployment of the key pillars outlined in the Department of Health’s recently released Cyber Security Strategy titled “A Cyber Resilient Health and Adult Social Care System in England: Cyber Security Strategy to 2030”.


Job titles should include

Architects (security, infrastructure, technical and enterprise)
Business continuity planners
Chief Information Officers
Chief Information Security Officers (CISO)
Chief Risk Officer
Chief Technology Officers
Cyber Security Consultants
Data Protection Specialists
Digital Forensic experts
Directors/Heads of Cyber Defence
Directors/Heads of Cyber Security
Directors/Heads of Fraud Detection and Strategy
Directors/Heads of Identity & Access Management
Directors/Heads of IS
Directors/Heads of IT & IT Security
Directors/Heads of Information Security
Fraud prevention professionals
InfoSec policy executives
Infrastructure specialists
IT Engineers
Network Architects
Pen Testers
Risk Analysts
Security Controls Specialists
Serious/organised crime specialists

Reasons to register
  • 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.
How much does the conference cost?

The conference will cost £595 for Solution buyers. £2,000 for private sector supplier delegates (20 available). Block booking discounts are available on request. For all enquiries contact:

When should I pay?

Payment is due on registration. The conference registration pack will be sent to you once payment has been received.

Which payment methods do you accept?

An invoice will be sent to you once your registration form is complete. Alternatively, we can accept credit card and PayPal payments as part of the registration process.

Do I have to pre-select the streams that I want to attend?

No, you are free to move between the different streams at will.

What happens if I need to cancel?

Agreeing to the terms and conditions confirms that you will be subject to invoicing for the total payment amount based on your indicated options above. Agreeing to the terms and conditions means that you will be fully subject to the cancellation policy, and the total invoice amount will remain payable, even if you cancel your place before paying your fees. Substitutions may be made at no extra charge. Full cancellation fees apply once your registration has been confirmed. Alternatively, you may choose a credit note for the full value of the registration fee, which may be put towards another Whitehall Media event. Whitehall Media reserves the right to alter the programme without notice.

Can I send a substitute delegate?

Yes, should you be unable to attend, a substitute delegate is welcome at no extra charge.