The CyberPeace Institute believes that understanding the societal impact of cyberattacks on healthcare is the first key to ensuring accountability leading to a safe and stable cyberspace. We have taken an important practical step to bridge the current gap in our collective inability to fully understand the societal harm caused by cyberattacks on healthcare and the threat to this critical sector.

On 5 October 2021, the CyberPeace Institute will launch the Cyber Incident Tracer (CIT) #HEALTH, a platform visualising information on cyberattacks against the healthcare sector.

Join us for a panel discussion. We will discuss how to bridge the gap in the availability of information relating to cyberattacks on the healthcare sector and how evidence-led accountability is an important contribution to reduce cyberattacks on this critical sector. Panelists will focus on how and whether understanding the scale and scope of attacks can improve decision making and operational and diplomatic initiatives to protect the healthcare sector.

The event will take place on the Wednesday 6 October 2021 from 14:00-15:30 CEST.