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PANACEA - People-centric cybersecurity in healthcare
PANACEA - People-centric cybersecurity in healthcare

PANACEA - People-centric cybersecurity in healthcare

"The potential damages to healthcare critical infrastructures due to cyberattacks require a fortification of the security features in the industry, necessitating appropriate measures to prevent and manage IT risks in order to ensure continuity of services.
The PANACEA project follows two main lines: the first one involves the identification of cyber vulnerabilities, proposing the appropriate solutions; the second one concerns the essential aspect of the human factor, dictating guidelines relating to the behavior of all staff involved in the hospital activity, divided by professional roles."
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PANACEA - People-centric cybersecurity in healthcare

Daniele GUI, Sabina MAGALINI, Pasquale MARI

"Daniele GUI
Professor of Surgery at the Dpt. of Surgery of the Rome Catholic University School of Medicine (UCSC), former Director of the Emergency and Trauma Surgery Unit and Member of the Committee for the management of large scale emergency situations at the Fondazione Policlinico Universitario A. Gemelli IRCCS (FPG). He is also a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons (FACS), of the American Association for the Surgery of Trauma (AAST) and of the European Society for Trauma and Emergency Surgery (ESTES); Advanced Trauma Life Support (ATLS) Course Director; Associate Researcher of the Italian National Council of Research (CNR-IASI).
His main interests and expertise concern advanced planning and preparedness in case of emergencies and mass casualties, hospital security and resilience, staff training and drills.
Has been Principal Investigator in many Clinical Studies, had lead the FPG/UCSC component in various EU Framework Programme projects (SICMA, EDEN, PULSE, REACHING OUT, ENCIRCLE). In EDEN he was responsible for Demo activity C7 (a large scale live simulation of massive arrival of patients to the Emergency Dpt. following a simulated Chemical hazard). He also was responsible for the hospital part of the RN simulation organized by ENEA always in the EDEN Project framework.

Sabina MAGALINI
Senior Surgeon of the Emergency and Trauma Surgery Unit at the Fondazione Policlinico Universitario A. Gemelli IRCCS (FPG) and Assistant Professor of Surgery at the Rome Catholic University School of Medicine (UCSC). She is also an Associate Researcher of the Italian National Council of Research (CNR-IASI); Fellow of the American College of Surgeon, of the American Association for the Surgery of Trauma and of the European Society for Trauma and Emergency Surgery (ESTES).
Her main interests focus on hospital surge plans, medical response to major incidents, emergency and trauma care system, decision support systems for major emergencies, training guidelines and standards in the framework of EU Programme projects (SICMA, EDEN, PULSE, REACHING OUT, ENCIRCLE, NO-FEAR). To all of these she actively participated as Investigator.

Pasquale MARI
From 1987 he has been working as management consultant with Deloitte Consulting, Capgemini and PwC. Currently he operates as a freelance consultant and collaborates with Fondazione Policlinico Universitario A. Gemelli IRCCS (FPG) in the context of research and innovation projects.
He has worked in several international assignments, serving clients including WFP+UNICEF+UNHCR+OCHA (Return On Investment project), IFAD, UNDP, ETF and EFSA (EU Agencies), OCCAR (international military procurement agency based in Bonn), LPTIC (Libyan Telecommunication state owned company), Zambon France (Pharma Industry), ENI (Oil Industry), Finmeccanica (Aerospace & Defence Industry), Vodafone (Telecom Industry), EU funded projects (PULSE, NO-FEAR projects dealing with Emergency Management). He is member of the LUISS University Business School (Rome) faculty, teaching organization, workforce rightsizing, business process reengineering."


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