The Health Information Sharing and Analysis Center and AHA will host a Feb. 10 panel discussion on best practices to combat unlawful robocalls to hospitals. A Federal Communications Commission advisory panel recently recommended best practices for voice service providers, hospitals, and federal and state governments to prevent robocalls from disrupting communications in hospitals.

John Riggi, AHA’s senior advisor for cybersecurity and risk, represented the field and AHA on the FCC’s Hospital Robocall Protection Group and will participate in the Feb. 10 webinar. Register here.

Related News Articles

Headline
The Center for Internet Security last week began offering its Malicious Domain Blocking and Reporting ransomware protection service free to private hospitals…
Headline
The FBI has issued recommendations to help prevent and respond to Telephony Denial of Service (TDoS) attacks, which can make 911 call centers unavailable to…
Chairperson's File
As we forge ahead in 2021 facing a lot of uncertainty, there’s one thing we recognize: The COVID-19 pandemic will have a lasting effect on the health and well-…
Headline
The Department of Health and Human Services Office of the Assistant Secretary for Preparedness and Response yesterday released a comprehensive and valuable…
Headline
President Trump yesterday signed into law a bill (H.R. 7898) containing provisions that require the Secretary of Health and Human Services to consider certain…
Headline
In an alert this week, the Department of Health and Human Services’ Health Sector Cybersecurity Coordination Center (HC3) reminded health care providers and…