The 405(d) Post aims to align health care industry security approaches by discussing cybersecurity news and emerging issues facing the healthcare industry. Each issue will include an article from our industry partners discussing cybersecurity topics affecting their organizations, emerging threats, innovative technologies and preparedness techniques. This newsletter also highlights the 405(d) HICP Publication, current cybersecurity news stories, and other HHS news. Scroll to read the 405(d) Post!405d-Post-September-Issue-1
With the recent release of the Health Industry Cybersecurity Practices: Managing Threats and Protecting Patients publication, the 405(d) initiative is happy to announce the: HICP’s 5 Threat Weekly Series! The Series kicks off this week with Threat 1 – Email Phishing
Five Threats Series Details:
Dates of Engagement All at 2 PM EST
- Week 1/Threat 1 – E-mail Phishing Attack: March 19 & 21, 2019
- Week 2/Threat 2 – Ransomware Attack: March 26 & 28, 2019
- Week 3/Threat 3 – Loss or Theft of Equipment or Data: April 2 & 4, 2019
- Week 4/Threat 4 – Insider, Accidental or Intentional Data Loss: April 9 & 11, 2019
- Week 5/Threat 5 – Attacks Against Connected Medical Devices: April 16 & 18, 2019
At 2 PM EST on March 19 & 21, join the WebEx meeting from here: https://meetingserver.hhs.gov/orion/joinmeeting.do?MTID=d86aa0d661f9d71018f114cd0c320d19
What is the 5 Threats Weekly Series?
The HICP Five Threats Weekly Series hosted by the 405(d) initiative is a series of webinars focused on the Five Threats identified in the publication. With the recent release of the HICP publication and its supporting materials, the healthcare community has a new resource to help strengthen their posture against cyber threats. These presentations aim to further introduce the publication and allow our community to dive deeper into the Five threats individually and their corresponding mitigation practices. Each presentation will be co-led by federal representatives and 405(d) industry Task Group members.
Want More Information?
For more information on this effort and to stay up to date on all 405(d) activities, please visit the 405(d) website at www.phe.gov/405d. Or email 405(d) initiative at CISA405d@hhs.gov