The Health IT Security Forum is an international security organization that dedicated to helping healthcare organizations secure their data and that of their patients.  HITSF provides guidance for the healthcare industry on ways to protect privacy, prevent data breaches, maintain the confidentiality of information, and secure healthcare computing assets and medical devices.   HITSF members conduct multidisciplinary research and development in these areas and contribute to the Health IT Security Journal.

Here is the most recent news from our feed.

FDA's Kevin Fu on Threat Modeling for Medical Devices https://t.co/DavKA5pdvP

Fraudsters Flooding Collaboration Tools With Malware https://t.co/qBs6ksClbr

Empowering the Next Generation of DBAs with Modern Backup and Recovery https://t.co/yFcUUJEyQe

Lazarus Group Targets Freight Logistics Firm https://t.co/JCVqBM947N

Taking Data and Analytics to the Next Level in 2021: Q&A with Radiant Advisors' John O'Brien https://t.co/LBA8vZqAnR

Visa Describes New Skimming Attack Tactics https://t.co/aDx0CCRWZJ

US Blacklists 7 Chinese Supercomputer Entities https://t.co/kVaKRobaqR

The Role of Predictive KYC in Fighting Money Laundering https://t.co/y2NQXb7wh7

Crisis Communications: How to Handle Breach Response https://t.co/rB7enIMF7w

600,000 Payment Cards Stolen From Swarmshop Darknet Market https://t.co/HtPGxTOxhL

Rockwell Automation Fixes 9 Flaws in FactoryTalk AssetCentre https://t.co/vaG9EgIRw8

Swarm64 and EnterpriseDB Collaborate to Provide Open Source Alternative to Legacy Data Warehouse Databases https://t.co/ZciZGh9irx

Post-Ransomware Response: Victim Says 'Do the Right Thing' https://t.co/AYvljX1aeE

Securiti Partners with Cisco to Provide Multi-Cloud Security https://t.co/LzeTmLSZDI

Ransomware Gang Exploits Old Fortinet VPN Flaw https://t.co/0Yu0fgu0B8

Load More...
Skip to toolbar