Securing Your Infrastructure, Medical Devices & Patient Data

Format: In-person event - Core to Cloud, Cirencester, Gloucestershire

Date: 11th March

Time: 9:30pm – 1:00pm

Overview

  • Join us with fellow NHS trusts and our CTO Phil Howe on how we can support you.
  • Our customers will talk openly about how they are tackling DSPT, securing their infrastructure, medical devices, and protecting patient data.
  • Showcasing the latest Pentera and  Cylera updates with exclusive access to the new and updated dashboard.
  • Alongside how we are working with Stealthbits, now part of Netwrix, to secure data by locking down privileged access and password control.

For those interested in gaining more CPD points, you will be sent a personalised CPD certificate with confirmation of your attendance. This will include the duration of the learning activity undertaken at this event, with confirmed points issued by CPD within 28 days of your attendance.

Agenda

9:30 am Tea, Coffee and Refreshments
10:00 am Phil Howe Opening
10:15 am NHS Customer Panel – Cyber Security Journeys and DSPT Alignment
10:45 am Securing Infrastructure – DSPT Alignment with Pentera
11:15 am Securing Medical Devices – DSPT Alignment with Cylera
11:45 am Securing Patient Data with Stealthbits, now part of Netwrix
12:15 pm New Updates, News and Q&A
12:45 pm Lunch


Optional dinner and hotel stay the night before.

Hosts

Phil Howe

CTO at Core to Cloud

Russell McDermott

Solutions Engineer at Netwrix

Tony Cobain

Digital Director of MIAA

Shakel Ahmed

Sales Engineering, Pentera
The event will be hosted by our in-house tech team; Phil Howe is our Chief Technology Officer and was previously a customer of ours with NHS Bolton. Phil helps organisations to improve their cyber posture through initial consultation, technology review, design, deployment and support.

Venue

Core to Cloud is located in the beautiful Cecily Hill Barracks, which is a former military installation in Cirencester, Gloucestershire. The barracks were built in 1857 as the Royal North Gloucestershire Militia Armoury. After the Army had no more use for the barracks, the Castle became a commercial building owned by the Bathurst Estate. The barracks (known locally as The Castle) stands at the entrance to Cirencester Park.

Our office is in the heart of the Cotswolds, within a 40 minutes’ drive of the new Cybersecurity Valley and GCHQ in Cheltenham. With close access to the M4 and M5 and local train stations in Kemble and Swindon.

Core To Cloud Ltd
The Castle
Cecily Hill,
Cirencester
GL7 2EF
United Kingdom

The optional dinner and hotel stay will be held at The Ingleside Hotel.

‘Good stuff! Great event, lots of insight to take forwards. Well done to all those involved in the organisation of it and for keeping the wheels moving yesterday evening and today’
Craig Bromage-Llewellyn

Sandwell and Birmingham NHS Trust

Event Notice

Due to the uncertainty surrounding covid we have put the following measures in place for the events running in 2022:

We will limit event capacity to reduce the number of people in contact with one another at any one time

Wrist bands will be available at the events so that you can indicate to others whether you are comfortable with: hand shaking, if you would prefer to social distance, etc…

Masks and hand sanitiser will readily be available

We will also run virtual versions of the events to accommodate those who are unable to attend in-person, or as a substitute for the in-person event, should covid restrictions increase

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