Digital Trust Summit Speaker
Nancy Taneja is the Chief Information Security Officer for Primary Health Sector (CISO-P) at Te Whatu Ora Health New Zealand.
She comes from a family of doctors and has always been passionate about healthcare and, the role technology will increasingly play in our health and wellbeing.
Nancy has comprehensive international and national work experience in technology and cybersecurity. Nancy works extensively with primary & community healthcare providers including general practices, pharmacies, allied health professionals, vendors, suppliers and, other community healthcare services providers for, technology and cybersecurity capability uplift initiatives.
Comprising of approximately 170,000 workforce, hundreds of systems, and thousands of small to medium sized businesses in Aotearoa, digital & data is playing a critical role in delivering primary health care. “We must work collectively to build understanding of the risks and, the role that we all play uniquely in practicing cyber security when using o, delivering digital & data capability for the ultimate purpose of improving the health and wellbeing of our community,” she says.