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On demand recording now available  

Before the pandemic, the NHS faced a widespread emergency in the form of the WannaCry attack. The sense then was that it was a matter of when and not if another attack would take place – and the pandemic and the current situation with Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has added greater risk.

So what do NHS organisations need to be doing to build resilience against attack? How have trusts been building defences over the past couple of years? How can already overstretched IT teams – which have had to support a rapid move to working from home and remote consultations – deal with the cybersecurity agenda? Which solutions might help?

This HSJ webinar, run in association with ManageEngine, brought together a small panel to discuss the answers to these questions.

A recording of the session is now available.  

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Gary Colman, head of IT audit and assurance services at West Midlands Ambulance Foundation Trust

Gary has over 15 years’ experience within IT audit and assurance provision and currently manages the West Midlands Ambulance Foundation Trust Information Security and Assurance Service (ISAS) which delivers services to multiple public and private sector clients. Gary specifically undertakes technical IT security assurance work including penetration tests for national and local NHS organisations (including Health Education England), private sector healthcare providers and software developers and local and national government.


Romanus Prabhu Raymond, global head of technical support – endpoint management and security, ManageEngine

Romanus has worked in technical support at ManageEngine for 20 years. In his current role he is responsible for the onboarding, product training and implementation, and support of all customers using the company’s unified endpoint management solutions. He also heads up the product evangelist, professional services, partner certification, and customer success teams.


Andy Green, senior industry liaison, National Cyber Security Centre and chief security information officer, Gemserv

Andy has worked for the past two decades solving the cybersecurity challenges of many of the UK’s leading organisations. He advises senior stakeholders at public and private sector organisations on effective strategies to reduce the risk and impact of cyber-related incidents. That includes healthcare organisations.

Since July 2021, he has been seconded to the National Cyber Security Centre as a senior industry liaison. He is also a security assurance lead at the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy.


Paul Charnley, digital lead, Healthy Wirral Partners

Paul is the digital lead for Healthy Wirral Partners, an integrated care “place” partnership. Until recently he was also the digital lead for Cheshire and Merseyside integrated care system. In this role, he led on a range of digital programmes for the 31 NHS bodies and nine councils in the two counties, including the digital response during the initial phases of the pandemic. In April 2022, he was named Cyber Leader of the Year and received the Outstanding Achievement Award at NHS Digital’s inaugural Cyber Associates Network Awards.



Claire Read, contributor, HSJ

Claire Read is a professional writer and editor who has specialised in healthcare throughout her 20-year career. She has been a regular contributor to HSJ since 2012 and has a particular interest in healthcare digitisation and technology.


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