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SPHINX@HEALTHSECURITY | The Impact of SPHINX in Healthcare Organisations: Pilot Results


Location: Online

Following the final stages of SPHINX Toolkit testing in the pilot sites, the project is organising its fourth workshop titled SPHINX@HEALTHSECURITY’.

Based on the project’s work plan, the SPHINX proposed technology has been evaluated in simulated operating conditions in four Health Delivery Organisations across three European countries. The pilot sites are:

  1. The General University Hospital of Larissa & the General Hospital of Volos under the jurisdiction of the 5th Regional Health Authority of Thessaly and Sterea in Greece;
  2. The Hospital do Espírito Santo de Évora in Portugal; and
  3. The Polaris Medical Hospital in Romania.

The event is dedicated to the outcomes of the SPHINX prototype testing in the above-mentioned pilot sites. That is, the main part of the workshop includes keynote presentations regarding the 3 pilot scenarios in which the components of the developed Toolkit have been deployed and assessed. In this context, the workshop also addresses the perspective of the Healthcare ICT domain regarding the pilot deployment which revolves around the lessons learnt throughout the process, best practices and key recommendations derived, as well as the actions taken in preparation for the pilot deployment like surveys and training for the ICT staff of the pilot sites.

Furthermore, SPHINX@HEALTHSECURITY features an overall technical presentation of the developed Toolkit providing information on its architecture, its components and their functionalities as well as the operating modes of SPHINX. Finally, the workshop entails a presentation about the exploitation options envisioned for the key results of the SPHINX Toolkit as well as its business model.

The workshop is going to take place virtually on Thursday, 24 February 2022 at 14:00 CET. The context is closely linked to Healthcare top management and cybersecurity practitioners and IT experts who work on Healthcare Organisations. Participation is free of charge.