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

In this edition Hacking Healthcare explores 2020 ransomware trends, including the concerning growth of ransomware that incorporates data exfiltration and what that means for healthcare organizations; examines the charges the US government has brought against two Chinese hackers accused of a decades long cyber campaign and what the US hopes to gain from the disclosure; and investigates the growing support for active cyber defense in Australia and what the short-term and long-term effects could be for the healthcare sector. 

In This edition:

  • Blackbaud Attack Illustrates Trend in Ransomware
  • U.S. Charges Two Chinese Hackers
  • Australia Sees Growing Support for Active Cyber Defense

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