The project will develop cyber security incident response processes and guidelines for healthcare environments, to improve and ensure the continuity of socially critical healthcare also if cyber-attacks occur.
In the midst of the COVID-19 crisis, the project is very topical and there is a great need for preparedness for cyber threats. Numerous cyber-attacks targeted to healthcare organizations related to the COVID-19 crisis have been reported around the world.
The project is related to solving the challenges posed by the COVID-19 crisis and the commercialization of the solutions considering the changing world.
The processes and guidelines produced as a result of the project are available for healthcare actors at the end of the project. The processes and guidelines help ensure the performance of healthcare and on the one hand, they enable and stabilize the establishment of new business even after the crises.
8/2020 – 1/2021
Results of the project
Please see publication (only in Finnish) Kyberhäiriöiden hallinta – Käsikirja terveydenhuollon toimijoille (a handbook on cyber security incident response processes for healthcare actors).
JAMK University of Applied Sciences, Institute of Information Technology
Finnish institute for health and welfare, National Emergency Supply Agency, NCSC-FI (National Cyber Security Centre, Finnish Transport and Communications Agency Traficom)
For more information in finnish jamk.fi: Kyberpoikkeamienhallinnan prosessit ja toimintaohjeet terveydenhuollon ympäristöissä
elina.suni(at)jamk.fi, p. +358406495054