CyberLab to Exhibit at HETT 2024: Cyber Security Solutions for Healthcare

We are thrilled to announce that CyberLab have partnered with Sophos, and will be exhibiting together at the HETT Conference 2024, held at ExCeL London on 24-25 September.

CyberLab and Sophos collaborate to translate visions into tangible cyber security solutions, delivering the transformative power of technology with real-world impact. As trusted partners to customers and technology innovators alike, we unite to safeguard companies of all sizes against the ever-evolving landscape of cyber threats.

CyberLab look after over 150 public and private healthcare providers, working together to develop solutions that secure their sensitive data, meet compliance requirements, and ensure online threats don’t compromise their operation.

Our range of security services and solutions have been developed to meet the requirements of the NHS Data Security and Protection Toolkit (DPST) and future-proofs against the NCSC’s Cyber Assessment Framework (CAF).

What to Expect at HETT from CyberLab

Engage with our experts on strategies to protect healthcare data. Discover how our technology can transform patient outcomes and operational efficiency.

Find Us On the Data and Infrastructure Stage!

CyberLab CEO, Gavin Wood, and Stephen McKay, Senior Director of Product at Sophos, will be hosting a cyber security session on Tuesday 24th September.

Reducing Cyber Risk in Healthcare Supply Chains: A Case Study Spotlight

Existing cyber security measures are not always enough to protect against attacks, the threat landscape is ever evolving. Identifying, risk-assessing and remediating vulnerabilities represents a key challenge to NHS organisations because of the implications for patient care, service availability, finance and reputation.

According to data taken from the Sophos State of Ransomware in Healthcare 2024 report, 85% of private-sector healthcare organisations hit by ransomware reported the attack caused them to lose business/revenue, this is slightly above the global cross sector average of 84%.

Join Sophos and CyberLab for this session where we investigate the evolution of supply chain attacks using real-life case studies to understand how attackers have implicated IT infrastructures which have consequently had a knock-on effect to patient care.

We’ll be sharing best practises and customer case studies where we’ve implemented Sophos’ managed service which enabled them to have peace of mind that their estate has 24/7/365 managed threat detection and response enabling them to reduce their cyber risk to cyber attacks.

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