H-ISAC Report: Hacking Healthcare - TLP White, July 7, 2020

This edition of Hacking Healthcare begins by providing a brief overview of how a major European
law enforcement operation, made possible by cracked encryption, is likely to further fuel the
long simmering encryption debate within the United States, and wraps up by exploring the
FCC’s decision to formally name Chinese firms Huawei and ZTE as national security threats and
how the trickle-down effects may impact healthcare.

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