DATE: Thursday, 14 July TIME: 11:00 AM LOCATION: Online COST: Free
Digital transformation in the NHS is causing an explosion of hyper-connected IT, IoT and IoMT devices and, with it, a greatly expanded cyber attack surface.
With growing compliance pressure and a shortage of resource, how do you ensure you have complete visibility of your medical devices and an understanding of the risk they present you?
Lunch & Learn
For all confirmed attendee's we will email out vouchers for a working lunch to enjoy while you connect with senior-level peers, colleagues, and friends from major UK institutions.
Join the virtual Healthcare Roundtable hosted by Chess and Forescout at 11:00 am, 14th July, to discuss with your peers, risk and compliance in the connected devices world, and the challenges healthcare organisations are facing in the UK.
We will cover:
- The DSP Toolkit and the new medical device inventory requirements
- The importance of understanding risk to prioritise resource time
- Automating control to enforce compliance across the entire connected hospital
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