PANACEA Research is driving a people-centric approach to cyber security in healthcare. Running from January 2019 to December 2021, this research and innovation action will design, develop and deploy the PANACEA Toolkit for uptake in hospitals, care centres and other medical facilities.
PANACEA Research is for medical and IT staff working in healthcare organisations, meeting the need to enhance cyber security and patient safety. To this end, PANACEA has three end-user partners, namely Agostino Gemelli University Hospital in Rome, the 7th Health Region of Crete and the South-South West hospital group of the Health Service Executive (HSE) in Ireland. PANACEA also works with an End-users and Stakeholders Platform to ensure independent guidance and feedback.
The PANACEA Toolkit and its benefits to the cyber security healthcare
PANACEA end-users will benefit from advances in cyber security assessment and preparedness of healthcare IT infrastructures and connected devices. Feedback from these healthcare stakeholders includes interviews and workshops with medical and non-medical staff, IT teams, senior managers and administrative staff, thereby ensuring a solid people-centric basis for the development, validation and adoption of the PANACEA Toolkit.
To meet both human and technical requirements, PANACEA Research is developing a solution toolkit with 4 cyber health tech and 3 organisational tools. The tech tools aim for a technology readiness level of 6 with a prototype system tested by end-user partners.
Stay tuned as we bring you more details about PANACEA Research and the latest achievements and contribution to the cybersecurity healthcare community.
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