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.


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Summit Program
0830
Registration Open
0900 - 0925

Opening Icebreaker: Understanding the escalating cyber threat landscape in the Australian healthcare services industry

Michael Warnock  |  Commercial Director - Daltrey Australia Pty Ltd

0925 - 1005
Understanding cyber security incidents and protecting yourself

  • Gaining an overview on healthcare incident statistics
  • How prepared are you for a crisis?
  • Understanding ransomware and how to protect yourself

Anu Singh | Technical Assistant Director, Joint Cyber Security Centre Melbourne - Australia Cyber Security Centre

1005 - 1030

Knowing your enemy - How attacks occur in the healthcare landscape

  • Understanding how attacks occur and its pathway
  • Exploring the various stages of an attack
  • How do attacks gain access and steal patient data
  • Building your systems to defend against cyber attacks

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1030 - 1055
Discovering the dark side of cybercrime

  • What is the dark web?
  • How does cybercrime affect the healthcare ecosystem?
  • What can your organisation do to mitigate risks associated with cybercrime?

Tony Kitzelmann  |  Chief Information Security Officer, Air Services Australia and Former Chief Information Security Officer and General Manager, Australian Digital Health Agency

1055 - 1115
Morning Coffee
1115 - 1155
Think Tank: Overcoming unique challenges brought by the pandemic and preparing your organisation in a post-Covid world

  • What have we learnt from COVID 19?
  • Understanding cyber-attack trends during times of uncertainty
  • Exploring key components of a cyber security program in a 24/7 environment
  • Managing the ever evolving cyber threats
  • Identifying opportunities and enabling new approaches for digital innovation

Michelle Rennie | Chief Information Officer - Royal Children's Hospital

Grant Lockwood  |  Chief Information Security Officer - Virtus Health

Mitra Minai | Chief Information Security Officer - Healthscope Operations

Jonathan Milton | Head of Cyber Security, Technology - Bupa

1155 - 1220
Sponsored case study
1220 - 1245

Cyber Security Solutions – Key  considerations when deciding your cyber partners

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1245 - 1345
Lunch
1345 - 1445
Roundtable Discussions Proudly supported by our partners

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1445 - 1510
Implantable technologies in an internet of medical things and people

  • Understanding the significant issues of implantable technologies raised by COVID-19
  • Exploring the importance of contactless identity approaches for care, convenience and control applications in terms of security
  • Considering emerging forms of implantable solutions for next generation services
  • Showing results from a transnational survey emphasising the key role of codesign

Katina Michael  |  Professor - Arizona State University

1510 - 1550
Panel discussion: Dealing with interoperability of devices in a healthcare environment

  • Managing multiple devices in a healthcare environment
  • Dealing with the interoperability of multiple person and medical devices sharing networks
  • Exploring unique challenges and solutions for both smaller and larger healthcare organisations
  • The Future – How healthcare organisations and medical device companies should be working together

Moderator: Sue Hunter  |  Regulatory Affairs Director ANZ - Abbott Medical

Dr Lee Walsh |  Director Health - Platypus Technical 

Dr Shane Seabrook |  Executive Manager Strategy - CSIRO 

Simon Cowley |  Principal Cybersecurity Officer - Department of Health Victoria

Prof Keith McNeil | Chief Clinical Information Officer; A/ Deputy Director-General and Chief Medical Officer - Prevention Division, Queensland Health

1550 - 1610
Afternoon coffee
1610 - 1635
Panel discussion: Responding to cyber security incidents - Legal, Forensics and Risk considerations after a cyber-attack

  • Containing the threat and mitigating the risk of further exposure
  • Forensic considerations when approaching incident response
  • Understanding your reporting obligations to the government regulator / law enforcement
  • Managing clients/individuals affected by the incident
  • Hardening your organisations attack surface and incorporating insurance considerations and considerations for the board

Phil O’Sullivan | Partner - Allens

Brendan Read | Partner -  KordaMentha

1635 - 1700
Using secure thinking to maximise budget and minimise risk

  • Understanding cyber fundamentals with less tech and more thinking
  • Thinking about what, where, how and when
  • Discussing private patient records, confidentiality, integrity, availability and what they mean in health
  • Taking the ‘leadership challenge’ for successful cyber – it’s about priorities, culture, attitude and setting the right tone

Tom Crampton  |  Managing Director - Trusted Impact

1700 - 1715

Reflection Exercise

Michael Warnock  |  Commercial Director - Daltrey Australia Pty Ltd

1715

Closing