Schedule

The event program developed by our Industry Advisory Council is based around real world case studies, roundtable discussions and small group activities with the goal being to have you walk away with the skills and connections needed to strengthen your current cyber security roadmap for your healthcare organisations.

Program

0800 - 0845

Registration Open

0845 - 0900

Government/MC Welcome

0900 - 0920

Icebreaker: Challenges you are facing
Michael Warnock
Commercial Director         Daltrey Australia Pty Ltd

0920 - 0945 

COVID 19 – What did we learn?
0945 - 1005
The Cyber Security in Healthcare Landscape
1005 - 1030
The Dark Web
  • What is the dark web?
  • How does it affect the healthcare ecosystem?
  • What can your organisation do to mitigate risks associated with the dark web?
Tony Kitzelmann
Chief Information Security Officer and General Manager Australian Digital Health Agencies Cyber Security Centre
1030 - 1100
Morning Tea
1100 - 1130
Panel Session: Dealing with interoperability of devices in a healthcare environment
Dr Lee Walsh
Director, Platypus Technical - Health
Dr Shane Seabrook
Executive Manager - Strategy    CSIRO Health and Biosecurity
Simon Cowley
Principal Cybersecurity Officer    Department of Health and Human Services
Chair - Sue Hunter
Regulatory Affairs Director, Abbott Medical
1130 - 1155
Case Study: What we learned from cyber-attack
1155 - 1220
Panel Session: Cyber Security Solutions – Key considerations when deciding your cyber partners
1220 - 1245
Key components of a cyber security program in a 24/7 environment
 
1245 - 1345
Lunch
1345 - 1445
Roundtable Discussions
Roundtable One
Roundtable Two
Roundtable Three
Roundtable Four
Roundtable Five
Roundtable Six
Roundtable Seven
Roundtable Eight
Roundtable Nine
Roundtable Ten
1445 - 1500
Afternoon Tea
1500 - 1525
Cyber basics. Less tech, more thinking. Secure thinking will minimise your risk and maximise your budget
    • You can’t download an APP to protect you and your “Next Gen” firewall won’t save you from the criminals.
    • It’s all about thinking. Thinking about what, where, how and when.
    • It’s also not just about private patient records, but what confidentiality, integrity and availability means in health.
    • Successful cyber is a ‘leadership challenge’ – it’s about priorities, culture, attitude and setting the right tone.
 
Tom Crampton
Managing Director,     Trusted Impact
1525 - 1555
Panel Session: Business Considerations after a cyber-attack – Legal, Forensics, Risk
Legal - Phil O'Sullivan
Partner,      Allens Linklaters​
Forensics - Brendan Read
Executive Director,    KordaMentha Forensic​
1555 - 1620
Developing a Security Aware Company Culture
Rachael Leighton
Principal Advisor, Cyber Strategy & Engagement, Victorian Department of Premier and Cabinet
1620 - 1645
Implantable Technologies in an Internet of Medical Things and People                                             COVID-19 has raised significant issues about the importance of contactless identity approaches for care, convenience and control applications in terms of security. This presentation will consider emerging forms of implantable solutions for next generation services and show results from a transnational survey emphasizing the key role of codesign.  
Katina Michael
Professor,                 Arizona State University
1645 - 1700
Reflection Exercise
Michael Warnock
Commercial Director         Daltrey Australia Pty Ltd
Program
8:00-8:45
Registration Open
0845 - 0900
Government/MC Welcome
0900 - 0920
Icebreaker: Challenges you are facing
Michael Warnock
Commercial Director, Daltrey Australia Pty Ltd
0920 - 0945
COVID 19 – What did we learn?
0945 - 1005
The Cyber Security in Healthcare Landscape
1005 - 1030
The Dark Web
Tony Kitzelmann
Chief Information Security Officer and General Manager, Australian Digital Health Agencies Cyber Security Centre
1030 - 1100
Morning Tea
1100 - 1130
Panel Session: Dealing with interoperability of devices in a healthcare environment
Lee Walsh
Director, Platypus Technical Consultants
Dr Shane Seabrook
Executive Manager - Strategy, CSIRO Health and Biosecurity
Simon Cowley
Principal Cybersecurity Officer, Department of Health and Human Services
1130 - 1155
Case Study: What we learned from cyber-attack
1155 - 1220
Panel Session: Cyber Security Solutions – Key considerations when deciding your cyber partners
1220 - 1245
Key components of a cyber security program in a 24/7 environment
1245 - 1345
Lunch
1345 - 1445
Roundtable Discussions
1445 - 1500
Afternoon Tea
1500 - 1525
Cyber basics. Less tech, more thinking. Secure thinking will minimise your risk and maximise your budget
Tom Crampton
Managing Director, Trusted Impact
1525 - 1555
Panel Session: Business Considerations after a cyber-attack – Legal, Forensics, Risk
Legal - Phil O'Sullivan
Managing Associate, Allens Linklaters
Forensics - Brendan Read
KordaMentha Forensic
1555 - 1620
Developing a Security Aware Company Culture
Rachael Leighton
Principal Advisor, Cyber Strategy & Engagement, Victorian Department of Premier and Cabinet
1620 - 1645
Implantable Technologies in an Internet of Medical Things and People
Dr Katina Michael
Professor, Arizona State University
1645 - 1700
Reflection Exercise
Michael Warnock
Commercial Director, Daltrey Australia Pty Ltd

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