Monday 24 September 2018
Royal Society of Medicine
1 Wimpole Street
CPD - Applied for
This meeting helps delegates understand the current subject of why it is important to keep sensitive medical information safe, and the implications to patients, clinicians and providers if they do not follow, or adhere to certain security guidelines to safeguard sensitive personal data.
Presentations from the UK’s famous National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC), Estonian government, and other security professionals will provide insightful knowledge on, health records, blockchain and a practical demonstration of the implications of poor security on medical devices.
Delegates will get the chance to discuss and debate the ownership of people’s medical data from different perspectives including the patient, pharmaceutical companies, and the NHS.
This is an important meeting and an area that all medical professionals need to be aware of, especially following the impact of recent hostile UK cyber attacks on medical data, such as Wannacry, and other malware on the NHS.
Also recent revelations of personal data usage by social media platforms and the newly implemented GDPR privacy legislation, are exploiting those who refuse or are turning a blind eye to cyber security.
Mr Febrache has over 25 years of cyber and information security expertise. Prior to joining KPMG, Mr Febrache was the Head of Cyber and Space for the Ministry of Defence in the UK. He has supported Ministerial policy development, worked with key international allies, created and delivered the Defence Cyber Security Programme, and contributed to both UK and Scottish national cyber security strategies.
Mr Munro is a security entrepreneur and industry maverick that has worked in InfoSec for over 15 years. After studying Applied Physics he tried his hand in the hospitality industry but soon discovered a talent for hacking. He went on to try his skills in the anti-virus industry before founding SecureTest - a penetration testing business that quickly established a reputation for delivering high spec services. NCC Group acquired SecureTest in 2007. Mr Munro went on to set up Pen Test Partners in 2010, which boasts some of the best ethical hackers in the business.
Professor Khaled el Emam, IQVia
Professor Emam is the founder of Privacy Analytics Inc (now under the IQVia conglomerate). As an entrepreneur, Professor Emam helped found five companies involved with data management and data analytics. He has worked in technical and management positions in academic and business settings in England, Scotland and Japan. He was also one of the first Privacy by Design Ambassadors recognised by the Ontario Information and Privacy Commissioner.
* The programme will be available shortly and is subject to change.
Registration, tea and coffee
Welcome and introduction
Ms Caroline Rivett, Cyber Security Director, KPMG
The criminal impact of being insecure
Mr David Ferbrache, Technical Director, KPMG
The insecurity of the internet of things and medical devices
Professor Paul Dorey, Visiting Professor, Royal Holloway, University of London
Tea and coffee break
The impact of poor security in the critical national infrastructure
Ms Alison Dyer, Director, Urenco (previously GSK)
Practical demonstrations of poor security in the internet of things
Mr Ken Munro, Pen Test Partners
Sociotechnical impacts of security
Member of NCSC’s Sociotechnical Security Group
Using blockchain for medical records in Estonian health system
Mr Ain Aaviksoo, Deputy Secretary General for E-services and Innovation, Ministry of Social Affairs, Government of Republic of Estonia
Data protection law post the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)
Mr Richard Cumbley
Data protection in pharmaceutical research, development and sales
Ms Maria-Chiara Atzori, Head Data Privacy, Novartis International AG
Data protection in the NHS
Tea and coffee break
Data ownership in biomedical research
Dr John Rumbold, Senior Research Fellow, School of Science and Technology, Nottingham Trent University
Data rights in health and research
Dr Khaled el Imam, IQVIA
The ethical view of data ownership
Dr Claudia Pagliari, Director of Global eHealth, The University of Edinburgh
Patient data ownership
Panel discussion: Who owns patient data?
Dr Khaled el Imam, Dr Claudia Pagliari and Professor Barbara Pierscionek, School Associate Dean for Research, School of Science and Technology, Nottingham Trent University
Ms Caroline Rivett
Closing remarks and close of meeting