The Department of Health and Human Services’ Health Sector Cybersecurity Coordination Center (HC3) Friday issued a monthly bulletin that consolidates a wide range of cyber security alerts from across government on the latest cybersecurity trends and threats, including guidance on hardening remote access virtual private networks. 

"We at the AHA are in frequent contact with HC3 and routinely post their advisories and alerts on our main cybersecurity page," said John Riggi, AHA senior advisor for cybersecurity and risk. "I am also in direct contact with the head of HC3 and have relayed our feedback on their threat alerts and intelligence products. We appreciate the mission and efforts of HC3 to defend health care against cyber threats and are pleased to see the steadily increasing quality of HC3's products and services." 

For more information on this or other cybersecurity and risk issues, contact Riggi at jriggi@aha.org.  
 

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