This two day, invitation-only meeting looked at the healthcare sector where the interpretation of complex inputs is crucial to informing risk decisions around data-sharing and public safety, followed by a discussion about how to apply cyber metrics to complex decision-making more generally, asking how data is best presented to the Board and the Policy Community. On the second day, we invited CRUISSE (Challenging Radical Uncertainty in Science, Society and the Environment – www.cruisse.ac.uk) to apply their problem-solving techniques to a highly complex Cyber Security problem.
Community Meeting Agenda (opens PDF)
Day One - Wednesday 23rd May 2018
Meet the Speakers...
Day One kicked off with a series of talks about the use of metrics in the healthcare sector.
David Reeves, Department of Health and Social Care
David is a Senior Cyber Security Policy Advisor at the Department of Health and Social Care responsible for establishing a regulatory and contractual framework in the health and care system to drive improvement in cyber security.
David presented “Cyber Assurance in Health and Social Care” (link opens PDF).
Helen Dawes, Oxford Brookes University
Helen is a physiotherapist and exercise scientist and the Director of the Centre for Movement, Occupational & Rehabilitation Sciences (MOReS), part of a network involving the Oxford University Hospitals NHS Trusts, & Oxford University.
Helen presented “Missing Data and Full Data” (link opens PDF).
Cliff Lake, Public Health England
Cliff is a National Programme Manager with Public Health England and has the responsibility for ensuring that PHEs frontline services for Case and Incident Management are effectively supported across the entire organisation.
Cliff presented “Information for Action: Protecting the Health of the Nation” (link opens PDF).
Interactive workshop on Metrics
The second half of Day One was dedicated to an interactive workshop about the application of metrics in decision making. A short presentation was delivered to initiate discussions about which metrics the cyber security community is willing and able to provide, as compared to which metrics the board/policy community wishes to have provided to them. Read the report here (opens PDF).