Cybersecurity across healthcare: Securing health networks and data across the service network
This HISA Breakfast is proudly brought to you by:
Tuesday 3 December 2019
7.00am registration open
7.30am sit down
9 Glenelg St
South Brisbane, Queensland 4101
03 9326 3311
$35 HISA members
1.5 CPD towards the CHIA credential
About this event
Leading up to the end of year, HISA brings an Innovating Health Series Breakfast on the topic of cybersecurity in healthcare. As healthcare becomes increasingly digitised and connected, organisations are collaborating and sharing data more and more within the system — service providers, payers, device companies, equipment manufacturers to name a few. However, those connections increase risk. Through these collaborations, organisations are extending, and absorbing, the risk and vulnerabilities of their ecosystem partners.
Yet most businesses still look at cybersecurity as strictly an individual effort.
It’s an especially tough spot for healthcare organisations because unlike in other industries, they sometimes don’t have a choice about with whom they collaborate and transact. It’s a mandate.
This heightened level of exposure is good news for the “bad guys” who view ecosystems as an ever-widening attack surface. Healthcare organisations must, in response, evolve their approach and stand up a stronger security posture that factors in a broader ecosystem and their partners. New models and policies must ensure that the partners and third parties joining the ecosystem adhere to the same standard of security—or higher—that they set for themselves.
Join a range of health and industry experts for a panel discussion on this topical issue. It will be an opportunity to connect and network with peers and others working across the health system before the close of the year.
Meet our facilitator
David Bunker, Executive Director (CEO) Queensland Genomics
David is a highly resilient, connected, and insightful director, executive manager and business leader; with expert capability in applied innovation, digital strategy and technology driven industry and business transformation. He has a commitment to health and social outcomes and values-based business transformation. David is Chair of AIDH’s Cybersecurity Community of Practice.
Joined by an expert panel
Chief Digital Health Officer
As Chief Digital Strategy Officer of eHealth Queensland, Narelle is responsible for advancing healthcare through Digital Innovation.
With over 20 years’ experience working in Queensland’s public healthcare system, Narelle’s extensive operational and strategic knowledge has proven instrumental in the successful delivery of:
• A state-wide Clinical and Business Intelligence Platform for front line staff and health administrators to access, correctly interpret and develop insights from data stored in a common environment;
• The Information Management Strategy and Roadmap to improve sharing of information across the health system;
• The Digital Genomics Strategy and Roadmap, to support delivery of safer care using a patient genome while protecting the rights and privacy of patients; and most recently;
• The Digital Innovation Strategy, to create new value for our customers in the delivery of healthcare through digital innovation;
• The 21st Century Healthcare, eHealth Investment Strategy 2019 Update which builds on the achievements as well as progress since the strategy was first launched in 2015.
Better patient outcomes has always been a career focus for Narelle who believes, this can be supported through continued digital innovation across Queensland’s healthcare system.
Chief Information Security Officer
Anthony is currently employed as the Chief Information Security Officer and General Manager for the Australian Digital Health Agencies Cyber Security Centre. Anthony leads a team of Cyber Security professionals responsible for the security of the My Health Record Systems and the Agencies corporate networks. Anthony holds numerous industry and academic qualifications and is currently studying a Masters in Cyber Security, Strategy and Diplomacy with UNSW.
Anthony was previously employed as the Senior Cyber Security Executive and Chief Information Security Officer (APAC) at Lockheed Martin for five years from 2012. He was accountable for the strategic leadership and delivery of all corporate cyber security functions within the ASIA Pacific region and provided functional leadership to the various business lines in the region.
During Anthony’s time at Lockheed Martin he successfully established and integrated two cyber security practices within the Australian Taxation Office and the Department of Defence Chief Information Officer Group. He was also a key senior leader on the CIOG CP bid team, resulting in a successful contract award worth over $790M.
Anthony has previously been employed as the CrimTrac Chief Security Officer, CrimTrac Manager Background Checking Services, and Department of Defence’s National ICT Security Manager.
Anthony is always looking to further his knowledge through new challenges working within the cyber security domain and believes that our role as leaders in this exciting field, is to challenge the status quo and look at ways in which we can shape the future and security of our respective organisations.
Dave Powell is a cyber security professional operating in the financial services industry. He was previously the Chief Information Security Officer at National Australia Bank for 12 years where he led a large team to manage NAB’s cyber resilience. This included developing security policy based on threat and risk, determining strategy, implementing programs to deliver the security controls needed to achieve the strategy, and managing the controls to ensure they remained effective. Dave’s experience is across all aspects of cyber, including technical systems, identity, threat and intelligence, incident response, surveillance, governance (including 3rd party) and data security. Prior to NAB, he held senior positions in IBM cyber service delivery, Westpac and 21 years as an electronics officer in Defence.
ther his knowledge through new challenges working within the cyber security domain and believes that our role as leaders in this exciting field, is to challenge the status quo and look at ways in which we can shape the future and security of our respective organisations.
Dr Marie-Jo Brion
Australian Genomics Health Alliance
Dr Marie-Jo (MJ) Brion is a Program Manager for the Australian Genomics Health Alliance, overseeing ‘Data Federation and Analysis’. Australian Genomics is a national network of over 400 members and 80 partner organisations, conducting research to inform use of genomics in mainstream healthcare. MJ manages the delivery of its national infrastructure for collecting, storing and using clinical and genomic data. This supports diagnostic and research activities for 18 clinical Flagship studies in rare disease and cancer, and is informing future national guidelines in genomics information management.
She has a PhD in Epidemiology from the University of Bristol UK, and has conducted cross-population and genetic epidemiological cohort studies at the Broad Institute Massachusetts, Federal University of Pelotas Brazil, the University of Western Australia and the University of Queensland. MJ is passionate about ethical data sharing to improve healthcare and drive new discoveries in medical research.
This event has been approved for up to 1.5 contact hours of continuing education credit toward renewal of the CHIA credential. Click here for more information on becoming a certified health informatics professional.