H-ISAC Report: Hacking Healthcare - TLP White, October 13, 2020

This edition of Hacking Healthcare takes a look at how risk management is evolving with the
increase of remote work. We start by revisiting the long running Huawei saga to give you an
update on a new report from the United Kingdom’s Parliament that is bound to antagonize the
Chinese government and potentially lead to reprisals. Next, we briefly examine the United
States Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency’s (CISA) release of guidance for
ransomware and telework that could be a useful comparative reference for healthcare
organizations. Finally, we dig into a new report on the state of endpoint and Internet of Things
(IoT) security with an eye towards how some of the more interesting findings may apply to the
healthcare sector. 

In this edition:

  • Members of Parliament Levy New Charges against Huawei
  • CISA Releases Guidance on Ransomware and on Telework Essentials
  • Endpoint and IoT Security Check-up

View entire report under key resources.


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