CYBERHIMPREX project has the objective of improving the cybersecurity capabilities of the three HCOs, also leveraging cross-border solutions, implementing a portfolio of 11 initiatives.
The portfolio is inspired by the vision that the cybersecurity is obtained acting, according to a socio-technical approach, on HCO’s People, Organization/Processes, Technology.
The project also leverages the inter-organizational exchange of data and knowledge. Two initiatives will be implemented jointly by the HCOs: 1) Set-up a cross-border inter-organizational secure data sharing capability via a new tool, 2) Improve cybersecurity orientation of the procurement process via alignment with ENISA guidelines.
7 of the 11 initiatives adopt solutions that have been developed by two H2020 projects: CUREX and PANACEA. The Coordinator and the three HCOs have been partners of these projects.
The Project’s initiatives aim to 1) implement objectives and requirements under the NIS Directive for the health sector, 2) adopt tools, methods, organisational and management practices dedicated to cybersecurity, also for cross-border information exchange 3) include cybersecurity education, awareness and skills development of healthcare staff.
The Project will also deliver a Case Study targeted to
- European HCOs, to share lesson learned and provide recommendations on the implementation of investments tagged as holistic, cross-border, aimed at regulatory compliance
- European and National policy makers, to provide recommendations on policies and strategies at European and National level regarding promotion/supporting/facilitation of 1) the up-take of EU projects results, 2) a holistic and governance-led approach to cybersecurity investments, 3) investments ensuring regulatory compliance 4) cross-border practices.
- other supply chain actors to share lesson learned and provide recommendations relevant for their roles