H-ISAC Report: Hacking Healthcare - TLP White, November 12, 2019

In this edition of Hacking Healthcare, we explore insider threats and the various ways they can
negatively impact organizations. First, we analyze how the convergence of geopolitics and
insider threats have led GitLab to consider banning individuals of certain nationalities from
critical positions. Next, we brief you on how an insider threat at Trend Micro led to tailored
scam attacks against their customers. Finally, we examine the case of two Twitter employees
charged with spying for the Saudi Arabian government. Welcome back to Hacking Healthcare. 

In this edition:

  • GitLab Considers Bans for Russian and Chinese Support Positions.
  • Insider Threat at Trend Micro Leads to Scam Attacks
  • Twitter’s Saudi Spies

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