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DIAGNOSTIC & THERAPEUTIC CENTER OFATHENS HYGEIA SA

DIAGNOSTIKON KAI THERAPEFTIKON KENTRON ATHINON YGEIA ANONYMOS ETAIREIA
  • project . 2018 - 2021
    Funder: EC Project Code: 824988
    Overall Budget: 4,380,350 EURFunder Contribution: 4,380,340 EUR
    Open Access mandate for Publications and Research Data
    Partners: Carlos III University of Madrid, B3D, DIAGNOSTIC & THERAPEUTIC CENTER OFATHENS HYGEIA SA, KUL, Imperial, FCA ITEM, IBM (Ireland), COMAU, TREE TECHNOLOGY SA, IDSA...

    The massive increase in data collected and stored worldwide calls for new ways to preserve privacy while still allowing data sharing among multiple data owners. Today, the lack of trusted and secure environments for data sharing inhibits data economy while legality, pri...

  • project . 2019 - 2022
    Funder: EC Project Code: 826106
    Overall Budget: 7,192,590 EURFunder Contribution: 7,192,590 EUR
    Open Access mandate for Publications and Research Data
    Partners: FEDERATION EUROPEENNE DES ASSOCIATIONS INFIRMIERES AISBL, University of Vienna, DIAGNOSTIC & THERAPEUTIC CENTER OFATHENS HYGEIA SA, UPRC, FGM, IATRIKOS SYLLOGOS ATHINON, SIMAVI, SIVECO (Romania), BYTE COMPUTER SA, Centre Hospitalier Universitaire de Liège...

    Today, citizens moving across Europe have very limited control on their own health data, spread out in different silos. Legal constraints may prevent controllers of these silos from exchanging the managed data, even in anonymized way, without the intervention of higher ...

  • project . 2020 - 2023
    Funder: EC Project Code: 883275
    Overall Budget: 4,999,980 EURFunder Contribution: 4,999,980 EUR
    Open Access mandate for Publications and Research Data
    Partners: STELAR, Delft University of Technology, DIAGNOSTIC & THERAPEUTIC CENTER OFATHENS HYGEIA SA, UNIVERSITY GENERAL HOSPITALOF HERAKLION PAGNI, SPHYNX TECHNOLOGY SOLUTIONS AG, IBM ISRAEL, SIEMENS SRL, IOTAM INTERNET OF THINGS APPLICATIONS AND MULTI LAYER DEVELOPMENT LTD, WELLICS LTD, IASO S.A...

    The health sector is steadily becoming the de facto target for cyberattacks. Based on the most recent ENISA report at the end of 2018, cybersecurity incidents have shown that the healthcare sector is one of the most vulnerable. Focusing specifically on Electronic Medica...

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