H-ISAC Report: Hacking Healthcare - TLP White, April 28, 2020

In this edition of Hacking Healthcare, we begin with a discussion of the H-ISAC’s media kit on medical device security and coordinated vulnerability disclosure and how it will help educate media partners and the general public on those critical issues. Next, we briefly explore the potential security and privacy concerns related to Facebook’s pop-up COVID-19 surveys. Finally, we try and decipher the puzzling and threatening press release that the U.S. State Department issued to an unspecified cyber actor earlier this month.

In this edition:

  • H-ISAC Releases Medical Device Security Media Kit.
  • Facebook and CMU: COVID-19 Surveys
  • Forceful State Department Press Release Provides More Questions Than Answers.

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