Health Sector Cybersecurity Coordination Center Cyber Threat Briefing Series: WebEx Guide

Public Sector Threat Briefing June 18th 1PM Eastern Standard Time

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ (HHS) Health Sector Cybersecurity Coordination Center (HC3) invites you to join its monthly cybersecurity threat briefing on June 18th.  This initiative will provide actionable information on health sector cybersecurity threats and mitigation's. HC3 analysts will present relevant cybersecurity topics, engage in discussions with participants on current threats, and highlight best practices and mitigation tactics.

Briefing Topic: “COVID-19 Phishing and E-mail Security”

Time: 1PM Eastern Standard Time

Briefing Logistics:

Briefings will be conducted via WebEx teleconference (see link below).  Each briefing may last approximately 30-40 minutes depending on the topic, with time reserved for questions and discussion.

Questions: For more information regarding the pilot briefings, or for general questions, please email HC3@hhs.gov <mailto:HC3@hhs.gov>

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