H-ISAC TLP White Hacking Healthcare - September 1, 2021

In this edition, Hacking Healthcare begins by examining a new Chinese Data Security Law (DSL) that is set to go into effect on September 1st and contains provisions that may significantly impact how multinational organizations operate in China. Next, we provide a readout from the recent White House cybersecurity meeting with industry leaders that convened a broad swath of organizations and led to several private sector commitments that may help improve the nation’s cybersecurity. Finally, we wrap up by revisiting the cyber insurance marketplace to review what has happened over the last 18 months and provide some guidance and context for what may come next.

In this edition:

  • New Chinese Data Security Law
  • White House Cybersecurity Meeting
  • Cyber Insurance Update

View the entire report below.


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