Plenary session 4
Cyber security hypothetical
Cyber risks are on the rise in Australia, whether it is overseas syndicates ransoming data or the threat of hacking into systems, private hospitals need to be aware of the dangers and prepared for a cyber breach.
This hypothetical, led by Minter Ellison’s Shane Evans, brings together hospitals, digital experts, cyber crime professionals, legal, insurance and PR expertise to explore the threat to healthcare.
The session will examine three possible cyber security threat scenarios: a ransom demand for release of data, a medium level contained privacy breach and a major hack of patient information that is publically released.
Each scenario will be examined by a team of experts to determine the best first steps to contain the data breach, but the public fall out of any breach, how to manage the hospital in the thick of such an experience along with identifying partners who can help and a long-term strategy for cyber breach management to ensure that you are fully prepared.
Shane Evans from Minter Ellison
Paul Kallenbach, Partner, Minter Ellison
Dr Bennie Ng, General Manager Partnerships and Strategy, Healthscope and Australian Digital Health Agency Board Member
Allan Boston, Chief Executive Officer, The Bays Healthcare Group Inc.
Vikki Karatovic, Manager, Health & Aged Care, Gow-Gates
Cathie Reid, Managing Director, Epic Digital
Dr Hamish McLean, Risk and Crisis Communication Specialist
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