eHealth and Welfare Security

Research group

eHealth and Welfare Security

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The e-Health and Welfare Security (e-HWS) research group focuses their research in the privacy and cyber security challenges related to the fields of eHealth and welfare.

Research activity

Presentations

Presentations

Presentations
Date Title
16.03.2021 NICE-1, What, Why and How
02.03.2021 Risks, Incentives, Nudges
02.02.2021 Report on Investigation into Health Trust’s ICT Systems for Prevention of Attacks
19.01.2021 Contract Tracing
22.12.2020 Data-Driven and Artificial Intelligence (AI) Approach for Modelling and Analyzing Healthcare Security Practice
23.11.2020 Protecting Medical Data and Code at Run-time: A systems approach
20.11.2020 Experience Sampling Methods (ESM)
11.11.2020 AI-based Privacy Agent towards Personalized Laws

Contact Bian Yang to get the presentation slides.

Topics for BSc and MSc theses

Topics for BSc and MSc theses

The eHWS group offers and will continue to offer thesis topics in the following topics

  • Democratic approach to health data management
  • Privacy-enhancing technologies for authentication
  • Secure identity management across health organizations
  • Trusted eHealth via personal devices
  • Knowledge sharing on healthcare security practice
  • Risk management for healthcare services
  • Compliance to health regulations and law
  • Human factors in health security

Partners

Partners

A grant from The Ministry of Health and Care Services (Helse- og omsorgsdepartementet) to NTNU CCIS, is funding our group's strategic work and research initiatives.

Research partners

  • Helse- og omsorgsdepartementet
  • Helsedirektoratet
  • Direktoratet for eHelse: long-term research and innovation collaboration.
  • Total Innovation: Innovation in biometric cryptosystems in local healthcare sector
  • Sykehuset Innlandet: Innovation in biometric cryptosystems in local healthcare sector
  • Sør-Aurdal Kommune: Innovation in biometric cryptosystems in local healthcare sector
  • Weisstech AS: Innovation in biometric cryptosystems in local healthcare sector
  • SINTEF
  • IBM Watson Research
  • Standard Norge
  • Helse Bergen
  • NHN
  • Gatech
  • Norsk Regnesentral
  • Maastricht University
  • KU Leuven
  • Smart Valor AG
  • Lynkeus SLR
  • TicSalut Foundation
  • Technalia

Business partners

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