Tuesday, April 16, 2019

Security on Spinnaker


Spinnaker provides registered users with access to data they are genuinely entitled to see but if a user password is compromised, or there is a server data breach, there may be an opportunity for a member of the public to read private patient data.

Our aim is to keep your data secure, protect your patients privacy from outsider hackers and minimise inadvertent/naive mistakes made by genuine users of Spinnaker.

This is the first of a 4-part security blog that will outline how we do that and hopefully we can provide you with some tips to help you keep things secure too. To address security threats we need to be inwards and outwards looking with our security eyes!

Read more on our blog »

Monday, March 25, 2019

4 years on with CAMERA


Earlier this month I was in Melbourne when the results of the CAMERA2 Trial were shared with the Investigators and collaborators on the project.

This was one of our early projects and, 4 years on from implementation, it’s been interesting to see how Spinnaker stands the test of time.

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Monday, March 18, 2019

Christchurch


We weep with the families of each person shot in Christchurch and we grieve with our brothers and sisters in the Muslim Community. Te kaha kei roto kei te kotahitanga. Aroha nui.

Monday, February 11, 2019

Meet-up with these two smart fellows


Last week I grabbed a corner of Eastbourne cafe, Hive, and spent the day with these two smart fellows who are the real workers bringing you Spinnaker.

Read what we talked about »

Thursday, January 31, 2019

Lots of kakapo are having lots of kakapo sex


The kākāpō is one of the world's rarest birds, there are only 147 alive today.  kākāpō don't breed very often and this year they are expected to breed in record numbers.

To help with the kakapo program we have adopted Nora.

You can read more about Nora on our blog »