Playing with Lives: Cyberattacks on Healthcare are Attacks on People. A research study from the CyberPeace Institute.

Date: 13 April 2021
April 13th 2021, 5:00 PM (KGT, GMT+6)

Playing with Lives: Cyberattacks on Healthcare are Attacks on People. A research study from the CyberPeace Institute.

Bruno Halopeau
Chief Technology Officer, CyberPeace Institute

The CyberPeace Institute has analyzed the impacts of these attacks on people and society. The Institute has demonstrated the complexity, magnitude, and range of the threat to healthcare, from ransomware to disinformation about COVID-19. The lecture will cover key findings, recommendations, and necessary actions to ensure a more secure cyberspace that is protective of the healthcare sector and society. The event will be streamed online in English with a simultaneous Russian translation through Zoom and Facebook Live.


Seasoned professional with more than twenty years of experience as managing consultant leading secure digital transformation projects in various industries; spent several years as CISO for a EU body; acted as a team lead expert in the fight against cybercrime and terrorism on topics such as critical infrastructure protection, exploitation of emerging technologies for criminal gains, forensics and investigative techniques in cyberspace; led development of innovation strategy programme for law enforcement.

He was part of the core team to build:
  • European Cybercrime Centre and 
  • European Union Internal Referral Unit at Europol
  • Centre for Cybersecurity at the World Economic Forum
  • At the CyberPeace Institute, he is leading the development of innovative analytical framework and forensics capabilities.

  • Master of Science, École Supérieure d'Informatique, Electronique, Automatique 
  • Master of Business Administration, Ecole de Guerre Economique
  • Master of Business Administration, Warwick Business School.

Lecture Format
The lecture will be conducted online via Zoom video conferencing on 13th April at 5 PM (GMT+6, Kyrgyzstan time) at: 
Password: 313322

It will be delivered in English, with Russian language translation provided on Zoom.

Past online lectures are available on the University of Central Asia's YouTube channel at

*Ideas presented in this lecture reflect the personal opinion of the speaker and do not necessarily represent the views of the University of Central Asia and/or its employees.
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