H-ISAC Report Hacking Healthcare -TLP White, November 10, 2020

This edition of Hacking Healthcare examines some new research on the behavior of consumers in different age demographics related to connected-device security habits and what it may mean for healthcare organizations deploying apps and wearables. Next, we briefly delve into a new report on how ransomware attacks with a data exfiltration element are becoming more common but also potentially less effective. Lastly, we provide a quick overview of new guidance on supply chain security for IoT that was published by the European Union Agency for Cybersecurity (ENISA). 

In this edition:

  • Security Habits by Age Reveal Interesting Trends
  • Ransomware Actors Reneging on Data Leaks
  • ENISA Releases Guidance for Securing the IoT Supply Chain

 

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