The thoughts, impressions & sometimes the ramblings of a digital leader

Category Information Security

A category to capture blogs on the subject of InfoSec and the Information Security Forum as well as the Analogies Project.

eHealth Policy & Law in Ireland

The blog article below was originally published in the European Journal of eHealth law and Policy, it is a longer blog article than normal for here but may be a good reflection of the current situation in Ireland and what… Read More

Prevention or cure?

At a recent event I was presented with a question from the floor that caused me to think harder than I have before about how we treat people in health who need access to technology to support what they do.… Read More

Secur-a-topia (A Blog for ISF Congress 2014)

It has been great preparing for this years ISF Congress for a number of reasons, not least of which has been looking again at the Datatopia work we did last year and considering the links to the work completed by… Read More

The Analogies Project does RANT

The Analogies Project has made a difference to the way my organisation thinks about Information Governance and Security! Given the opportunity to be a contributor with an analogy I jumped at the chance. My first one, ‘Why is Information Governance… Read More

Open Data is here so how do we do it securely?

Security and research information is a hot topic right now for a number of reasons, not least the transparency agenda and the desire, quite rightly, to be as open as possible about data relating to the conditions and outcomes of… Read More

To be a fox, or to be a hedgehog?

I am reading Nate Silver’s The Signal and the Noise, and a thought struck me about his categorisation of those that can make good forecasts and those that would be best leaving it to luck. He proposes that there are… Read More

Implementing Information Governance and Security – A Piece of Cake

The National Institute for Clinical Research (NIHR) Clinical Research Network (CRN) is the clinical research delivery arm of the Department of Health. Today the organisation is governed through around 70 hosting contracts across the NHS, in April 2014 this will… Read More

Everything is BIG, the data and the challenge…

The National Institute for Health Research is charged with improving the health and wealth of the nation through clinical research. That’s no small task, and cutting edge Information Systems are key to achieving it. Not only do we need systems… Read More

© 2023 Rich Corbridge — Powered by WordPress

Theme by Anders NorenUp ↑