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Health-ISAC Inc. (H-ISAC, Health Information Sharing and Analysis Center), is a global, non-profit, member-driven organization offering healthcare stakeholders a trusted community and forum for coordinating, collaborating and sharing vital physical and cyber threat intelligence and best practices with each other.

Health-ISAC is a trusted community of critical infrastructure owners and operators within the Healthcare and Public Health sector (HPH). The community is primarily focused on sharing timely, actionable and relevant information with each other including intelligence on threats, incidents and vulnerabilities that can include data such as indicators of compromise, tactics, techniques and procedures (TTPs) of threat actors, advice and best practices, mitigation strategies and other valuable material. Sharing can occur via machine to machine or human to human. Health-ISAC also fosters the building of relationships and networking through a number of educational events in order to facilitate trust. Working groups and committees focus on topics and activities of importance to the sector. Shared Services offer enhanced services to leverage the Health-ISAC community for the benefit of all.

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Hobby Exercise 2023 After Action Report

Executive Summary TLP: WHITE This report may be shared without restriction. Note: Health-ISAC Members may download the full version of the report from the Health-ISAC Threat Intelligence Portal (HTIP). Contact Membership Services for assistance.   In October...

Current and Emerging Healthcare Cyber Threat Landscape: Executive Summary for CISOs

Actionable cybersecurity market trends that leadership can use for strategic decision-making. This report is a collaboration between Health-ISAC and the American Hospital Association (AHA.) This executive summary is intended to give Board of Directors, Chief...

Health Industry Cybersecurity Strategic Plan 2024-2029

What health organizations need to be ready for in the next five years UnHack (The Health Industry Cybersecurity Strategic Plan) with Greg Garcia Episode 19 • 26th February 2024 • This Week Health: Conference • This Week Health Listen to the UnHack podcast on This Week...

Groups Warn Health Sector of Change Healthcare Cyber Fallout

Some Researchers Confident ConnectWise ScreenConnect Flaw Was Exploited in Attack February 26, 2024     Marianne Kolbasuk McGee  Health-ISAC issued an advisory urging healthcare sector entities to closely monitor potential impact from the recent attack on Change...

Change Healthcare / Optum Network Connectivity and Additional Recommendations

TLP WHITE - Feb 26, 2024, 06:32 AM On Wednesday, February 21, Change Healthcare began experiencing a cyber security issue and isolated its systems to prevent further impact.   Health-ISAC is sharing this Threat Bulletin to provide additional information: - Maintaining...

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Health-ISAC Hobby Exercise 2022

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Health-ISAC provides opportunities for member organizations to benefit by participating in emergency based incident simulations known as table top exercises. The Hobby Exercise is an annual Healthcare and Public Health (HPH) event designed to engage the healthcare sector and strategic partners on significant security and resilience challenges. The objective is to inform stakeholders, identify gaps and provide opportunities for continuous improvement while increasing healthcare sector resiliency.

 

Watch and listen as Health-ISAC members discuss the benefits of engaging in the HOBBY exercise held in Washington, DC, in July 2022, to test their abilities in times of unforeseen duress in both cyber and physical attacks or all hazard events.

Why “Hobby”?:

Oveta Culp Hobby (1905-1995) was an American politician and businessperson who served as the first United States Secretary of Health, Education and Welfare from 1953-1955. She was only the second woman to ever serve in a presidential cabinet.

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