H-ISAC Reports

Sep 2, 2020
This edition of Hacking Healthcare includes an examination of Health and Human Services’ (HHS) Office of Civil Rights’ (OCR) summer cybersecurity newsletter; a brief on the recent charges levied against ex-Uber Chief Security Officer (CSO) Joe Sullivan for his role in covering up a 2016 data breach…
Aug 27, 2020
This edition of Hacking Healthcare is devoted to exploring the physical aspects of data security that, while sometimes easy to overlook, are no less important. This issue examines the types of incidents members should consider, various legal and regulatory elements, the applicability of…
Aug 19, 2020
This edition of Hacking Healthcare begins by exploring how healthcare organizations should consider establishing an online presence on social media and communication platforms, even if there doesn’t appear to be a business case for it. Next, it briefly details the National Security Agency (NSA) and…
Aug 12, 2020
This edition of Hacking Healthcare explores just how significant the Trump Administration’s recent Executive Order targeting WeChat may be for those in the healthcare sector; and breaks down the recent news that China has started to block HTTPS traffic that used TLS 1.3 and ESNI…
Aug 2, 2020
In this edition Hacking Healthcare explores 2020 ransomware trends, including the concerning growth of ransomware that incorporates data exfiltration and what that means for healthcare organizations; examines the charges the US government has brought against two Chinese hackers accused of a…
Jul 17, 2020
This edition of Hacking Healthcare explores the full scope of China’s intelligence gathering operations against healthcare entities in the United States and its allies in the wake of COVID-19 and outlines some practical and inexpensive ways to boost security.
Jul 8, 2020
This edition of Hacking Healthcare begins by providing a brief overview of how a major European law enforcement operation, made possible by cracked encryption, is likely to further fuel the long simmering encryption debate within the United States, and wraps up by exploring the FCC’s decision…
Jul 6, 2020
This edition takes an in-depth look at one of the more unique and interesting governmental processes that has a significant influence on cybersecurity in the private sector.
Jun 24, 2020
In this edition, Hacking Healthcare revisits digital contact-tracing to keep you updated on the latest developments around the world and will remind you about the ingenuity of malicious actors by recounting how LinkedIn was weaponized to compromise European aerospace and defense firms. Lastly…
Jun 11, 2020
This edition of Hacking Healthcare includes an update on the progress various countries are making on digital contact-tracing and outlines the important role healthcare organizations play in advancing discussion on the topic.