H-ISAC Report: Hacking Healthcare - TLP White, January 21, 2020

In this edition of Hacking Healthcare, we begin with security researchers calling for a common
language for hardware vulnerabilities. Next, we briefly detail how the European Commission is
prepared to take drastic steps to curb misuse of facial recognition software. Additionally, we
outline how Google’s Dr. Feinberg is defending their partnership with Ascension. Finally, we
quickly run through the topics that will be discussed at next week’s H-ISAC Monthly Threat
Brief. Welcome back to Hacking Healthcare.

In this edition:

  • Hardware Vulnerabilities Need A Common Language
  • European Commission Mulls Facial Recognition Ban
  • Google Defends Ascension Partnership.

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