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Supported by European Union’s Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Programme SPHINX is taking into account the current, existing and emerging, standards on cybersecurity and the corresponding directives and regulations from the European Union. In this context, two key EU regulations are establishing the framework of...

Continue from blog entry SPHINX Use Cases: Part III Through the following classification of use cases, SPHINX aims to better understand how threats, risks and vulnerabilities are manifested, as well as how prevention, recovery and mitigation actions can be improved. Distributed Denial-of-Service Attack in Regional Hospital Description: A regional hospital...

Continue from blog entry SPHINX Use Cases: Part II Through the following classification of use cases, SPHINX aims to better understand how threats, risks and vulnerabilities are manifested, as well as how prevention, recovery and mitigation actions can be improved. Tampering with Medical Devices Descritpion: A device supplier aims...

Continue from blog entry SPHINX Use Cases: Part I Through the following classification of use cases, SPHINX aims to better understand how threats, risks and vulnerabilities are manifested, as well as how prevention, recovery and mitigation actions can be improved. Rootkit Malware Attack in a Cancer Treatment...

SPHINX project adopts five application scenarios embracing today’s growing digitisation of healthcare information and service delivery and its associated security challenges. The scenarios consist of the growing digitization of Healthcare, the eHealth services, the remote patient monitoring, the exchange of healthcare information and the cross-border...

SPHINX consortium recently published the final version of the system’s high-level design, concerning SPHINX main building blocks, top-level components and detailed technical specifications, including data flows and interfaces. The SPHINX main building blocks are: Device Verification and Certification - this block provides functionalities for the verification of...

SPHINX project adopts five application scenarios embracing today’s growing digitisation of healthcare information and service delivery and its associated security challenges. The scenarios consist of the growing digitization of Healthcare, the eHealth services, the remote patient monitoring, the exchange of healthcare information and the cross-border...

On February 2020, SPHINX Partners from National Technological University of Athens (NTUA), the 5fh Regional Health Authority (DYPE5) and INTRACOM (ICOM) met on the premises of General University Hospital of Larissa, Greece, to discuss on the strategy of SPHINX’s Toolkit pilot demonstration. As the goal of...

Healthcare, like many other industries, is becoming more efficient in delivering clinical results and more cost effective through the use of Information Technology (IT), including computers, applications, electronic networks and related technologies. However, the use of these technologies and the increasing exchange of health information among...

Cybersecurity has erupted as a prominent issue for industry sectors, including Healthcare as well. Based on the experience from the last decade and the continuous evolution of cyber challenges, there are certain issues that constitute the most crucial challenges for the future of cybersecurity, to...