An investigation into the adoption of the Internet of Medical Things in healthcare and associated privacy concerns and security challenges.
Mobile devices and new technologies have the potential to help medical professionals improve patient outcomes and well-being.
ABSTRACT: Cybersecurity threats are estimated to cost the world US $6 trillion a year by 2021, and the number of attacks has increased five-fold after COVID-19.
This paper (March 2019) investigates the issues related to the design of medical devices and the lack of security by design approaches.
This paper (February 2017) carries out a systematic review of cybersecurity trends in healthcare and identifies possible solutions cited in the literature.
This paper (January 2013) highlights drivers for the increasing adoption of eHealth, both in terms of technology advances and legislative incentives, including the use of biometr
This paper (June 2015) describes the development of a secure and efficient authentication and authorisation architecture for IoT-based healthcare, explaining how the solution surpasses the state of
This paper (May 2019) comes from PANACEA partner, Northumbria University as an early example of research feeding into the development of its toolkit with techological solutions a
This paper (March 2017) explores and examines ethical issues in digital health, such as the misuse of metadata for investigating and prosecuting doctors who act as whistle-blowers within the public
This paper (February 2018) modelled the level of exposure, security and organisational factors associated with healthcare data breaches.
The number of cyber-attacks around the world exploded in 2020: exploiting the Covid-19 pandemic as an opportunity for cybercriminals to take advantage of the shift in focus towards smart working and hospital staff transferred to the frontline.
04 May 2021 to 05 May 2021
A new PANACEA research paper has been published on supporting secure health information exchange as part of the Frontiers on Digital Health series - connected health: status and trends.
A one-day virtual event exploring the value of cyber training in the era of remote working, implications emerging from the evolving threat landscape and opportunities for customised training packages.
EHMA 2021 shines the spotlight on best practices for healthcare management. Deadline for submitting abstract papers: 3 May 2021.
PETRA 2021 focuses on computational and engineering approaches to improving quality of life for at-risk citizens.
Take-home messages from the joint CEN-CENELEC, ETSI and ENISA conference on cybersecurity standards conference