Hacking Healthcare

Health-ISAC Hacking Healthcare 6-17-2024

This week, Hacking Healthcare™ briefly looks at the evolving cyber incident impacting London. We breakdown what has been reported so far, examine the long list of cascading effects, and then outline how incidents like this come at a time when the political landscape...

Health-ISAC Hacking Healthcare 6-7-2024

This week, Hacking Healthcare™ examines a new report from the Cyberspace Solarium Commission 2.0 that assesses the state of healthcare cybersecurity in the U.S. and provides recommendations for public and private sector alike. We briefly detail the contents of the...

Health-ISAC Hacking Healthcare 5-27-2024

This week, Hacking Healthcare™ stays on the topic of U.K. ransomware. Join us as we examine recent reports of an upcoming consultation that might radically shift how the U.K. government allows entities to respond to ransomware incidents. We provide a brief overview of...

Health-ISAC Hacking Healthcare 5-16-2024

This week, Hacking Healthcare™ examines the U.K.’s new ransomware guidance. We provide background for why this new guidance has been developed, what it advises, and to whom it applies. Then, in the analysis portion, we dig deeper into a few of the considerations the...

Health-ISAC Hacking Healthcare 5-9-2024

This week, Hacking Healthcare™ Focuses on new developments around AI risk, safety, and security. In particular, we breakdown the establishment of the new Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Artificial Intelligence Safety and Security Board and then review new DHS...

Health-ISAC Hacking Healthcare 4-26-2024

This week, Hacking Healthcare™ provides a brief overview of the Cyber Incident Reporting For Critical Infrastructure Act of 2022 (CIRCIA) proposed draft. We provide some background on what CIRCIA is, breakdown some notable details from the new proposed draft, and then...

Health-ISAC Hacking Healthcare 4-16-2024

This week, Hacking Healthcare™ checks back in on the issue of ransomware. Specifically, we take a look at a new report from the Ransomware Task Force (RTF) on what a “roadmap to potential prohibition of ransomware payments” might actually look like. As a reminder,...

Health-ISAC Hacking Healthcare 4-5-2024

This week, Hacking Healthcare™ takes a look at the 2024-2030 Federal Health IT Strategic Plan to examine where federal health IT initiatives may be headed in the coming years. We summarize the report’s contents and then break down some useful takeaways for healthcare...

Health-ISAC Hacking Healthcare 3-29-2024

This week, Hacking Healthcare™ is all about cyber incident reporting. We begin with a brief update on the state of the Cyber Incident Reporting for Critical Infrastructure (CIRCIA) proposed rule. Next, we take a longer look at an European Union (EU) & United...

Health-ISAC Hacking Healthcare 3-18-2024

This week, Hacking Healthcare™ examines President Biden’s proposed U.S. federal budget for fiscal year 2025 (FY 2025). After a quick primer on what this budget is, we highlight some of the significant cybersecurity takeaways for entities like the Department of Health...

Hacking Healthcare is written by John Banghart, who served as a primary advisor on cybersecurity incidents and preparedness and led the National Security Council’s efforts to address significant cybersecurity incidents, including those at OPM and the White House. John is currently the Senior Director for Technology Risk Management at Venable. His background includes serving as the National Security Council’s Director for Federal Cybersecurity, Senior Cybersecurity Advisor for the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services and also as a cybersecurity researcher at National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) and in the Office of the Undersecretary of Commerce for Standards and Technology.

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