It is the CyberPeace Institute’s mission to direct assistance to vulnerable populations targeted by large-scale cyberattacks. This is why we created Cyber 4 Healthcare in June 2020.
Cyber 4 Healthcare scales up assistance to such populations by connecting commercial partners willing to offer free assistance to healthcare organizations anywhere in the world in need of cybersecurity services.
Over 100 requests for assistance have been received so far, albeit few actually conclusive. At the moment, the partners of Cyber 4 Healthcare are actively supporting 5 organizations in 3 continents, helping them respond to a variety of security issues.
Medical facilities providing life-saving care and their supply chain: hospitals, clinics, research labs, companies manufacturing medical equipment, NGOs supporting vulnerable communities to fight COVID-19, patient care organizations, etc.
Cyber 4 healthcare helps healthcare professionals to simplify the complex and time-consuming process of finding free cybersecurity assistance from trusted and reputable organizations during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Cyber clinic to discuss general cybersecurity questions; analysis of the organization’s cybersecurity posture; remote investigation to identify possible vulnerabilities; free cybersecurity software; awareness raising materials; advice on data protection.