Cyber actors have launched phishing campaigns against first responders, initiated denial-of-service assaults against government agencies and threatened medical facilities with ransomware attacks.

In part two of this AHA podcast, John Riggi, AHA’s senior advisor for cybersecurity and risk, talks with two Department of Homeland Security officials and explores what is being done to protect the health care sector.

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