**Please note that due to limited capacity, only one representative per company should register to attend**
On Wednesday 29 November (10.00-13.00) the techUK Cyber and Health and Social Care programmes are once again partnering with the Joint Cyber Unit at NHS England to organise a second Cyber in Health and Social Care Summit.
Following on from the success of our first summit in May this year, this session will continue the conversation between industry and colleagues from the Joint Cyber Unit as work progresses to deliver the objectives set out in the Cyber security strategy for health and social care: 2023 to 2030 and roll out a national implementation plan.
The format of the summit will be similar to before, with keynote speakers from NHS England providing an update to attendees further to May’s summit; and then supplier workshops to discuss set themes. Further detail to be announced soon.
The summit will take place in person only at techUK’s St Bride Street, London office between 10.00 and 13.00 on Wednesday 29 November and please do note that due to limited capacity we will only be allowing one representative per organisation to attend*.
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*If at any point, you are no longer able to attend, please do let us know as there is a waiting list in place for this popular event.
Health and Social Care Programme
With health and care systems around the globe facing increasing pressures, the use of digital technology has never been more important. Supporting a vibrant ecosystem with the potential to become a world leader, techUK is helping its members navigate the complex space of digital health and care in the UK and ensure our NHS is prepared for the challenges of the future.
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The Cyber Security Programme provides a channel for our industry to engage with commercial and government partners to support growth in this vital sector, which underpins and enables all organisations. The programme brings together industry and government to overcome the joint challenges the sector faces and to pursue key opportunities to ensure the UK remains a leading cyber nation, including on issues such as the developing threat, bridging the skills gap and secure-by-design.
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