Health-ISAC Hacking Healthcare 4-19-2022

TLP White This week, Hacking Healthcare examines Singapore’s 2018 Cybersecurity Act.  In particular, we breakdown what their “light-weight” licensing framework will mean for healthcare organizations that employ penetration testing and managed security operations...

Health-ISAC Hacking Healthcare 4-12-2022

  TLP White This week, Hacking Healthcare provides an update on the newly developing Trans-Atlantic Data Privacy Framework that would replace the EU-US Privacy Shield that was invalidated in 2020. We will break down what we know of the new agreement, what its...

Health-ISAC Hacking Healthcare 4-5-2022

TLP White This week, Hacking Healthcare focuses on the United States and begins by breaking down a new senate bill that looks to improve healthcare cybersecurity.  We examine why the bill may not end up being as impactful as its drafters may hope despite its good...

Health-ISAC Hacking Healthcare 3-29-2022

TLP White This week, Hacking Healthcare begins by assessing a report from a U.S. senator on the Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs committee, which alleges that the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) may not always be doing an adequate job of helping...

Health-ISAC Hacking Healthcare 3-22-2022

TLP White: This week, Hacking Healthcare begins by examining how the Russian invasion of Ukraine and the wave of follow-on sanctions may be further complicating organizations’ deliberations on making a ransomware payment. Then we assess what to make of the sudden...

Health-ISAC Hacking Healthcare 3-9-2022

TLP White This week, Hacking Healthcare begins with an update on the cyber incident reporting bill that was passed by the United States Senate. We examine what the bill requires and what comes next as it looks to become law. Additionally, we explain why implementation...

Health-ISAC Hacking Healthcare 3-1-2022

TLP White: This week, Hacking Healthcare takes a longer look at the escalation of the conflict in Ukraine. We examine what sanctions and other public and private sector actions are being applied and to whom they are being directed. Then, we identify how these actions...

Health-ISAC Hacking Healthcare 3-23-2022

TLP White: This week, Hacking Healthcare begins by highlighting the National Institute for Standards and Technology’s (NIST) request for public comment on a potential update to their cybersecurity framework. Next, we dive into a number of new developments outlined by...

Health-ISAC Hacking Healthcare 2-15-2022

TLP White This week, Hacking Healthcare begins by trying to make sense of the Russian government’s ongoing law enforcement operations against cybercriminals within its jurisdiction. We attempt to identify some potential motivations for the actions, as well as the...

Health-ISAC Hacking Healthcare 2-8-2022

TLP White This week, Hacking Healthcare begins by examining an article that claims an American civilian took it upon himself to launch a cyberattack against the government of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK). We look at how this case relates to the...

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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