This questionnaire is being conducted under the framework of the SecureHospitals.eu project, a Coordination and Support Action funded by the European Commission's H2020 programme under grant agreement no. 826497 and implemented by 12 partners constituting the research team.
The aim of the questionnaire is to acquire a general understanding on the perceptions of healthcare professionals and IT staff on cybersecurity issues with a focus on awareness, training and protection measures. Following this assessment and other research activities, the project will develop tailor-made training packages and offer training sessions for multiple types of stakeholders in different European countries. More information on the project objectives and future activities can be found on the project website www.project.securehospitals.eu.
This questionnaire should take approximately 10-15 minutes to complete. Your participation is entirely voluntarily. You are free to leave at any time, without giving reason and without any consequences on you or your future participation in the project. You may withdraw your consent for participation at any time without giving a reason. To do so, simply contact us (see below) and we will delete any responses you have provided.
We do not ask you for your name or any other information that could directly identify you. Nonetheless, we will assign a participant number to your responses in order to analyse and compare them with the responses from other participants. We only collect and process data that is strictly necessary for running the research survey and for our internal project administration. These data will not be shared with or disclosed to anyone outside the research team. We will analyse your answers and will use aggregated research data for scientific publications and presentations at conferences, workshops and other dissemination purposes.
If you want to know more about how the SecureHospitals.eu project processes your personal data, please consult our Data Protection Notice.
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