Keynotes: Neil Bennett, CISO, NHS Digital Cyber security in the NHS following the pandemic
The past 18 months has seen a dramatic shift in digital adoption of technologies, creating new vulnerabilities in systems and data. The NHS, life sciences industry and wider health supply chain have all come under concerted attacks by hostile actors from cyber criminals to nation state actors. Neil Bennet, NHS Digital’s chief information security officer, will set out how the pandemic has shifted cyber security to the top of the agenda and what boards and digital leaders now need to do.
Mat Chase, CTO, Fujitsy / AWS Beyond Recover & Rebuild
The NHS faces huge challenges on recovery, managing the ongoing pandemic, integrating health and social care all while delivering high quality patient services. Matt Chase, CTO healthcare UK Fujitsu, will outline how modern cloud-based infrastructure can provide the flexibility, resilience, security and scale required to build new models of health and care.
Speakers: Sonia Patel, CIO, NHSX Dr Simon Eccles, National CCIO and Deputy CEO, NHSX Dr Natasha Phillips, CNIO, NHSX
What Good Looks Like Leadership Panel The publication for the What Good Looks Like Framework at the end of August is a key policy milestone, setting the future direction for NHS digital strategy, with the focus firmly on Integrated Care Systems. The WGLL Framework and linked Who Pays for What document will set the parameters for future digital developments. In this interactive leadership panel, the NHSX CCIO, CIO and CNIO leadership team will outline the new approach and take questions from attendees.
Digital Health Awards
The Digital Health Awards dinner will start with a drinks reception in the Sky Loft followed by dinner in the Sky Gallery.