Cybersecurity in Healthcare: HubIT Final International Workshop

17 February 2021, Online.
The online international workshop "Cybersecurity within Healthcare Systems" takes place on the 17 of February 2021 from 10-13 am CET. The aim of this workshop is to discuss the current status, pros and cons and consider the future requirements for cybersecurity solutions in the area of digital healthcare. The event is organised by HubIT, a project funded by the European Commission to activate and improve the interaction between the social sciences and the technology communities towards promoting more responsible research and innovation in line with societal needes.

The development of information and communication technologies (ICT) introduces radical changes in our lives. They provide answers to a multitude of people needs, but at the same time they increase the concerns about their actual threats and societal impacts. This calls for adopting a responsible research and innovation perspective in the process of developing ICT solutions. The purpose of RRI is to achieve a better alignment of R&I programs and agenda with societal needs and concerns. It intends to introduce the idea of responsible Research and Innovation in digital technologies ensuring that ICT research corresponds to societal needs.

The event is free-of-charge and open to all citizens that are interested in the topic.

For further information and to register please visit:
https://www.hubit-project.eu/events/cybersecurity-in-healthcare-hubit-final-international-workshop

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