H-ISAC Report: Hacking Healthcare - TLP White, March 3, 2020

This edition of Hacking Healthcare, explores the German Patient Data Protection
Act that is under criticism for its approach to cybersecurity and privacy; briefly examines the interesting effect the United States’ naming and shaming of Chinese state hackers is having; and breaks down why DNS over HTTPS might come with considerable tradeoffs.

In this edition:

  • German Patient Data Protection Act Draft Under Review
  • The Results of Naming and Shaming Chinese Hackers
  • DNS over HTTPS is a Double-edged Sword

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