H-ISAC Report TLP White Hacking Healthcare  January 12, 2021

This week, Hacking Healthcare attempts to outline some of what the healthcare sector can expect as the Biden administration looks to begin its term. Specifically, what does the new administration’s stance on cybersecurity mean for healthcare and who will be important figures in helping to create and implement policies that protect critical infrastructure. We wrap up with a quick breakdown of issues the healthcare sector may wish to promote during the transition. Welcome back to Hacking Healthcare.

In this edition:

  • The Incoming Biden Administration Will Bring Changes to Cybersecurity and Healthcare

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