Dimitra Liveri has been working in ENISA since March 2013 as a Networks and Information security expert, focusing on cloud computing supporting critical information infrastructures. In 2015 she launched the topic of eHealth cyber security and since then she is in charge of the eHealth security and resilience work under the Secure Infrastructures and Services unit, a closer approach from the CIIP perspective. On the policy part she is dealing with the wider topic of cyber security strategies on national level and how the member states can enhance security in their network and information systems and CIIs. She holds a BSc and a MSc on Computer Science – with a focus on Information Security and CIIP, from the Athens University of Economics and Business.
PRESENTATION: IoT in Healthcare – Cyber Security for Smart Hospitals
Pervasive healthcare is highly multifaceted, with many applications focusing on interoperability with the legacy hospital assets, the “traditional hospital”, the security and privacy of sensitive information and the usability of end users. The notion of smart hospitals is introduced when Internet of Things (IoT) components are supporting core functions of a hospital. Due to the great number of signification assets at stake information security is a key issue for smart hospitals. In this study ENISA identifies the most important assets, the prominent threats and vulnerabilities in Smart Hospitals, and suggests mitigation measures so that IoT no longer remains a constraint.