H-ISAC Report: Hacking Healthcare - TLP White, January 29, 2020

In this edition of Hacking Healthcare, we begin with an Idaho National Lab researcher that is
shedding light on just how little we know about the threat of ICS (Industrial Control Systems)
vulnerabilities. Next, we dive a little deeper into the world of ICS vulnerabilities by briefly
examining cybersecurity organization TrendMicro’s seven-month long ICS honeypot. Finally, we
give you a short brief on where the UK’s healthcare sector is likely to go in a post-Brexit
environment.

In this edition:

  • Idaho National Lab Researcher Advocates for Research into Zero-day ICS Market.
  • Trend Micro Created a Fake Factory to Test “Smart” Factory Cybersecurity.
  • Where Does UK Healthcare Go Post-Brexit?

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