It has long been predicted that wars would become hybrid, fought in multiple fronts at the same time, mixing conventional and irregular warfare with subversion, disinformation, and cyber-warfare. Following Russia’s invasion, Ukraine is facing constant cyber-attacks against its critical infrastructure. Viktor Zhora, deputy chairman of the State Service of Special Communications of Ukraine stated in early March 2022:
“These two wars [we are fighting] are part of this hybrid war. This is happening for the first time in history, and I believe that cyber-war can only be ended with the end of conventional war”, BBC, Ukraine says it is fighting first 'hybrid war' (https://www.bbc.com/news/technology-60622977)
With the advent of a threat model where the malicious acts stop being covert, and disruption is the key objective rather than blackmail, how can Europe’s critical healthcare infrastructure prepare and fortify itself against attacks of known origin and intent and stop them in their tracks? How can the process be sped up?
Who should attend this webinar?
We invite Hospitals and care centres, Medical Device manufacturers, ICT systems providers and Digital service providers to attend this webinar, where experts from three H2020 projects share their solutions.
|Topic and Speaker
|10:00 - 10:10
Introduction and framework Overview | Christos Ntanos, National Technical University of Athens, Greece
|Presentation To be Confirmed | Speaker To be Confirmed
CUREX presentation | Rodrigo Diaz-Rodriguez, Atos, Spain
PANACEA presentation: Dynamic Risk Management Platform | Matteo Merialdo, RHEA, Belgium
SPHINX presentation | Stylianos Karagiannis, PDMFC, Greece
Panel and Q&A | All Speakers
|End of Webinar
On the event of the adoption of the draft regulation laying down measures for a high common level of cybersecurity at the institutions, bodies, offices and agencies of the Union, the AI4HealthSec project kicked off a process to provide its opinion.