H-ISAC Report: Hacking Healthcare - TLP White, January 14, 2020

In this edition of Hacking Healthcare, we begin with a reminder that increased digitization in
healthcare brings many benefits, but also requires contingency planning. Next, we briefly
outline the Trump Administration’s guidance on Artificial Intelligence (“AI”) regulation. Finally,
we breakdown an International Criminal Police Organization (“INTERPOL“) operation that they
claim has led to a 78% drop in cryptojacking in the Association of Southeast Asian Nations
(“ASEAN”) region.

In this edition:

  • Australian Wildfires Illustrate the Perils of Digital Economy
  • White House Provides Guidance on AI Regulations
  • INTERPOL Action Reduces ASEAN Cryptojacking

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