The meeting that was held by the moderation of Dr. Ömer Fatih Sayan, Deputy Minister, Ministry of Transport and Infrastructure, Lawyer Ahmet Esad Berktas, World Bank Group Consultant, MoH General Directorate of Health Information Systems, Ahmet Hamdi Atalay, General Manager of HAVELSAN, Cenk Şen, General Manager of TURKSAT and Bekir Sami Nalbantoğlu Information Systems General Manager took part as a speaker. At the meeting, in the context of health informatics; issues such as security of personal data, changing security paradigms, focusing on security of health data, security infrastructure of information systems for legal infrastructure and institution were discussed.
Dr. Ömer Fatih Sayan, Deputy Minister, Ministry of Transport and Infrastructure;
“Three basic elements in protecting information: Ensuring confidentiality by protecting information from unauthorized access, ensuring the integrity and accuracy of information without distortion and ensuring that this information is available at any time.”
Lawyer Ahmet Esad Berktas, World Bank Group Consultant, MoH General Directorate of Health Information Systems:
“In the law data are divided into personal data and private personal data. A distinction is made between special personal data and it is said that “special personal data may be transferred and processed in the estimated cases in the law, but data concerning health and sexual life can only be processed by authorized persons and institutions for the purpose of protecting public health, conducting medical treatment diagnosis and care services, planning and processing of health services and finance and for preventive medicine”.
Ahmet Hamdi Atalay, General Manager of HAVELSAN
“Information technologies have become the infrastructure of every issue in our daily lives from education to commerce, from entertainment to production.”
Cenk Şen, General Manager of TURKSAT
“The world is changing and we’re trying to live digital in an analog World.”
Bekir Sami Nalbantoğlu from Information Systems General Manager
“In the study conducted among the CEO’, when it is said count to the first five answer risk of the business, the second of the greatest risks in the response of international CEOs was cybersecurity. Native CEOs have seen this risk in fourth place. So we need to raise this awareness.”