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RESERVED SEAT SESSIONS

Several sessions within the HiNZ Conference programme require seat reservations. There is no additional fee.

 

The seat reservation process enables us to manage the size and composition of the audience. It will ensure that delegates who need to attend a specific session (due to their job role, organisation or project affiliation) are able to confirm a seat at the session.

 

How to reserve a seat:
  • If you wish to request a seat at one of these sessions, please indicate this on the registration form, when you register for the conference. 

  • If you have already registered and wish to add a reserved seat request to your registration, please email  hinz@theconferencecompany.com

  • Nearer the conference, you will be notified by email if your request has been approved by the session convenor (this will depend on room allocation and capacity).

  • If there are spare seats left on the day - after reserved seat holders have entered the room - then the session will become open for anyone to attend.  

 

 

 


FRIDAY 22 NOVEMBER 2019

CYBER SECURITY ROUND TABLE

 

The Ministry of Health; health Alliance; the National Allied Health Informatics Network; and Well South PHO are partnering to run two health workforce focussed cyber security round-table sessions.

 

This session will run on Friday morning of the HiNZ Conference, 22 November, from 9am to 12.30pm.

 

The New Zealand health and disability sector’s ever-growing appetite for digital migration and innovation is rapidly outstripping its corporate, clinical and ICT operational work-forces’ ability to develop and maintain a private and secure digital health ecosystems.


Despite wanting ‘to do the right thing’, the current reality is that many health providers are presently undertaking insecure digital practices, and maintaining potentially vulnerable ICT systems, in the course of providing services to their consumers.


This reality is largely due to a lack of vocationally tailored guidance available to:
•instruct the health workforce in the effective implementation of more secure IT processes; and
•support the ‘secure-by-design” procurement of private; resilient; and assured digital health solutions and capabilities.

In an effort to begin addressing this important challenge, the Ministry of Health; health Alliance; the National Allied Health Informatics Network; and Well South PHO are partnering to run two health workforce focussed cyber security round-table sessions during the 2019 Digital Health Week.

 

These sessions will focus on two high-level themes:


PART ONE: Cyber-Security and the Health Workforce

 

The target audience is clinical and allied health personnel. 

Possible topics for discussion include:
•Cyber 101: what is cyber-security and what is role in supporting it;
•What is the HISF and HIPC?;
•Balancing Business/Clinical Needs Against Security Risk: why we can't always say 'yes';

PART TWO: National Governance of Cyber Security in Health

 

The target audience is senior health sector business and technology leaders/CIOs. 
Possible topics for discussion include:
•Minimum Standard Requirements for Health Organisations;
•Penalties / Consequences for not meeting those standards;
•Mandatory Reporting for Health Agencies particularly those in data custodian roles;
•What is the Ministry and Central Government's role in all this?

 

Questions about the session content? Please email Nick Baty

 

 


Questions about reserved seat sessions? please email Kim

 


   

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