The FBI, Cybersecurity & Infrastructure Security Agency, and Department of Health and Human Services Feb. 27 released updated recommendations to help health care and other critical infrastructure organizations defend against ALPHV Blackcat ransomware. 

For more information on this or other cyber and risk issues, contact John Riggi, AHA’s national advisor for cybersecurity and risk, at jriggi@aha.org. For the latest cyber and risk resources and threat intelligence, visit aha.org/cybersecurity

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