H-ISAC Report: Hacking Healthcare - TLP White, September 22, 2020

This edition of Hacking Healthcare begins by examining the sobering news that ransomware has
been cited as likely being responsible for an individual’s death. Next, it highlights some recent
work conducted by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) that has resulted
in a new tool to help organizations fight phishing and lastly, briefs you on the benefits of the
United States Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency’s (CISA) integration into the CVE
process. 

In this edition:

  • Ransomware Investigated as Primary Cause of Death.
  • NIST Goes Phishing.
  • CISA Integrates into CVE Process for Medical Devices

View details under key resources below.

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