Rome, 21-22 January 2019 - the Gemelli University Hospital in Rome (Fondazione Policlinico Gemelli) hosts the first meeting of the PANACEA consortium.
PANACEA is a 36-month research and innovation action funded under Europe's Horizon 2020 programme. Running from January 2019 to December 2021, its remit is to drive a people-centric approach to cybersecurity in healthcare by combining the best technologies with improved risk governance and tackling human factors that may undermine resilience to cyber-attacks of which the sector is a long-standing target.
Research and development will focus on investigating cyber risk scenarios and key requirements with three end-user partners:
Working alongside technical partners and communication specialists from across Europe operating in both the public and private sectors, PANACEA Research will develop and rollout a multi-faceted toolkit spanning dynamic risk assessment and mitigation, secure information sharing, security by design and compliance support, identification and authentication management, cyber security training and education, risk governance (organisation-wide resilience to cyber-attacks) and secure behaviour nudging.
Public sector partners:
New knowledge will be imparted through project and 3rd-party events, research papers available in open access and through synergies established with peer projects and the cyberwatching.eu coordination and support action.
Watch the video to learn more about PANACEA Research straight from the partners' mouths.