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Updated January 2020
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The Health Information Security podcast from the Medical University of South Carolina
 
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InfosecICU is closing its doors, and Steve and Gerry hop in the studio for a final farewell and thank you to the community that made this show such a pleasure and a success. Thank you for all the support through the 2 years we were publishing. It was a pleasure and an honor to serve you all. Show Notes Resources: Contact Email infosecicu@musc.edu T…
 
Gerry and Aaron discuss the exponential growth of cyber breaches in 2019, the explosion of Emotet in September, and out for comments CMS Exceptions to providing security services for free to competitors. As always they end with One Cool Thing. Show Notes Resources: Breaches up to 7.9 Billion in 2019 https://cyware.com/news/data-breaches-become-wors…
 
Gerry is riding solo this week. Laser attacks on personal digital assistants, a review on research showing a correlation between ransomware and increased heart attacks, Google’s Project Nightingale. As always they end with One Cool Thing. Show Notes Resources: Light Commands https://lightcommands.com/ Ransomware Leads to Heart Attacks https://krebs…
 
Steve is back in studio for a special 100th Infosec ICU episode. The guys discuss an industry state of phishing report, the cover the problem with mHealth, and they revisit their bold cyber predictions for 2019 they made in 2018. As always they end with One Cool Thing. Show Notes Resources: Cofense Phishing Report https://cofense.com/phishing-repor…
 
Its the PRIVACY Episode! Gerry and Matt review privacy implications of SRLabs recently released research on using digital assistants as eavesdropping devices. They interview Privacy Officer Kellie Mendoza for her perspective and reflect afterward on the interview. As always they end with One Cool Thing. Show Notes Resources: Digital Assistant Spies…
 
Gerry and Matt dig into the proposed federal regulation ‘Mind Your Own Business Act’ and how it could shape privacy. They examine how to build a cybersecurity culture at your organization, and reflect on the recently released Ponemon global report on SMB cybersecurity. As always they end with One Cool Thing. Show Notes Resources: Mind Your Own Busi…
 
Gerry and Brandon discus various methods for malware analysis, the infosec job market, and multifactor authentication. As always they end with One Cool Thing. Show Notes Resources: Malware Analysis https://app.any.run/ Infosec Job Market https://www.cyberseek.org/heatmap.html Black Hills Information Security – 5 Year Path: Success in Infosec FBI Wa…
 
Gerry and Brandon interview professional red teamer and penetration test expert Paul Ihme. As always they end with One Cool Thing. Show Notes Resources: Paul Ihme https://www.linkedin.com/in/ihme/ One Cool Thing Security Onion https://github.com/Security-Onion-Solutions/security-onion/wiki/IntroductionToSecurityOnion Wappalyzer https://www.wappalyz…
 
Gerry and Brandon discuss trends in malspam, a permanent iOS vulnerability, and a significant webkit exploit campaign. As always they end with One Cool Thing. Show Notes Resources: Malspam Trends https://www.zdnet.com/article/most-malspam-contains-a-malicious-url-these-days-not-file-attachments/ iOS Permenant Vulnerability https://www.healthcareinf…
 
Gerry and Brandon discuss an absurd amount of public cloud misconfigurations, IoT door locks, and things you can do to be involved with October’s National Cyber Security Awareness. As always they end with One Cool Thing. Show Notes Resources: Public Cloud Misconfigurations https://www.zdnet.com/article/99-percent-of-all-misconfiguration-in-the-publ…
 
Gerry and Brandon discuss risk when working through merger and acquisitions and Gerry interviews Cyber Risk Underwriter’s Jeffrey Smith about cyber insurance. As always they end with One Cool Thing. Show Notes Resources: Mergers and Acquisitions Put Your IP at Risk https://www.scmagazine.com/home/opinion/executive-insight/ma-gone-bad-the-brutal-tru…
 
Gerry and Brandon discuss Health Industry Cybersecurity Matrix – Information Sharing Organizations (HIC-MISO), ask how insider threats can affect your organization, and mention a NIST initiative for securing PACS systems. As always they end with One Cool Thing. Show Notes Resources: Health Industry Cybersecurity – Matrix of Information Sharing Orga…
 
Gerry and Aaron discuss the current state of a HIPAA lawsuit featuring Google and UChicago Medical Center as defendants. They discuss the emerging security concerns surrounding Telehealth and what NIST is doing about it. They wrap up the main show discussing yet another major player in the market apologizing for letting humans hear private recordin…
 
Gerry and Brandon discuss a breach at Massachusetts General Hospital, patient privacy reform around addiction treatment, and how to solve the cyber security problem. As always they end with One Cool Thing. Show Notes Resources: Breach at Massachusetts General Hospital https://www.idigitalhealth.com/news/data-breach-of-10k-at-mgh-puts-study-particip…
 
Gerry and Brandon discuss the coordinated attack on Texas municipalities, CHISL – a healthcare leadership security certification, and a third-party lawsuit from Delta for inadequate security. As always they end with One Cool Thing. Show Notes Resources: Texas Ransomware https://threatpost.com/coordinated-ransomware-attack-hits-23-texas-government-a…
 
Gerry and Brandon discuss Gerry’s Blackhat and DEFCON experience and feature a few key talks from the conference. As always they end with One Cool Thing. Show Notes Resources: BlackHat 2019 https://www.blackhat.com/us-19/ DEFCON 27 https://www.defcon.org/html/defcon-27/dc-27-index.html Deepfakes https://i.blackhat.com/USA-19/Thursday/us-19-Price-Pl…
 
Gerry and Brandon discuss the recent Capital One breach and how the alleged attacker was easily captured. The cover the release of 11 0-day vulnerabilities for a highly used but little discussed OS. They finish the discussion with securing healthcare patient portals. As always they end with One Cool Thing. Show Notes Resources: Capital One Breach h…
 
Gerry and Brandon dig into a classic debate in the information security world: Encryption Backdoors. Atty General William Barr recently implored an audience of cybersecurity professionals to champion backdoors in technology implemented encryption. They discuss the utility and implementation of the state of Louisana’s ‘state of emergency’ declaratio…
 
Gerry and Brandon discuss the impending Equifax $700M settlement and what it means in a macrocosm manner. They follow up analyzing the quantified trend of CISOs on average lasting 18-24 months per job posting. They finish by interviewing Dr. Mike Ham around BGP security. As always they end with One Cool Thing. Show Notes Resources: Equifax Settleme…
 
Gerry and Steve discuss Zoom and Apples response and actions from the Zoom fallout of silent local webservers on endpoints. The guys discuss the Ponemon report on third party risk management in the healthcare industry. Finally they discuss the academic conference Gerry is currently attending in Charleston and feature a talk on Adversarial Attack Sa…
 
Gerry and Steve discuss a looming $240 Million dollar GDPR non-compliance fine for British Airways for an incident you may not think is GDPR coverable. They follow by talking about how malicious actors are abusing weaknesses in Outlook to establish persistence on corporate systems. Finally they discuss the proliferation of DNS over HTTP to make the…
 
Gerry and Steve discuss the penalty exacted on a Florida man who was responsible for opening a malicious email leading to a ransomware attack. They discuss UChicago’s and Google being sued for (maybe) improperly handling patient data. They wrap up discussing legislation going through Senate to help reduce financial penalties associated with HIPAA i…
 
Brandon and Steve take to the studio discussing the ransomware payout in Rivieria Beach. The guys interview Apple Security Researcher and regular security con speaker Patrick Wardle to discuss his research and thoughts on Apple Security. As always they end with One Cool Thing. Show Notes Resources: Objective-See https://objective-see.com/ Riviera B…
 
The guys are focused on Washington DC this week. The guys discuss legislation that is working its way through the process on establishing a DHS cyber incident response team and the lifted ban on developing a unique patient identifier to promote patient data interoperability (and privacy concerns around that). The wrap up discussing a recent report …
 
Steve provides insights from last weeks NCHICA conference he attended. The guys sped time discussing the pros and cons of personal VPNs and what you should consider when selected one. They wrap up discussing the Have I Been Pwned breach database going from home grown to corporate. As always they end with One Cool Thing. Show Notes Resources: PC Mag…
 
Brandon and Gerry discuss the recent announcement of the premiere Ransomware player in the market retiring, appropriate sanctions organizations should use when addressing victims of phishing, and the US Government vulnerability equities program (VEP). As always they end with One Cool Thing. Show Notes Resources: GandCrab Crew Retiring https://www.z…
 
Steve and Gerry aren’t feeling blue, but happy to share information security with blue-shaded glasses. They follow up on last week’s story of am ransomware event in Baltimore and how the NSA tool EternalBlue has been identified as part of the spreading mechanism. The interview show friend, Brandon Stephens, on his guidance on Blue Teaming as a care…
 
Steve and Gerry discuss the major Windows vulnerability in the news “BlueKeep” and what you need to know about responding to it. They discuss the city of Baltimores current ransomware debacle and finish with firms that promise to aid you in decrypting your ransomware files but in reality are just brokering with the attackers. As always they end wit…
 
Steve and Gerry discuss an interesting angle on the capitalization of user data by online gambling sites targeting individuals that take medication with side effects of increase impulsive behaviors. They laud the annual Verizon data breach incident report and highlight their favorite findings. They wrap up the main segment discussing the recent Sta…
 
Steve and Gerry discuss a recent $3M OCR settlement with Touchstone Medical Imaging (TMI) and how foundational security controls are commonly missed. Gerry finally shares his Ph.D. research with the show and digs into the main issues facing small healthcare practices. Finally, the guys discuss Supply Chain risk using the recent MirrorThief card ski…
 
Steve and Gerry discuss recent research discovering mental health applications that are sharing personal data without informing the user, and the implications this practice has for individuals. Clemson’s Dr. Kelly Caine is interviewed on her work around her paper “Privacy is Health” and the bioethical implications of technology diagnosing individua…
 
Steve and Gerry discuss recent research around embedding malware in DICOM image files, and they interview Dr. Charlie Frank, Mirai Botnet expert. As always they end with One Cool Thing. Show Notes Resources: Malware Embedded DICOM Files https://threatpost.com/hipaa-protected-malware-medical-images/143890/ One Cool Thing The Internet Arcade https://…
 
The guys discuss a recent privileged account compromise at Microsoft corporate that resulted in an email breach. They speak high-level of API security concerns and what to expect in the future. Finally they cover a recent example of vulnerability disclosure done poorly that left potentially 160,000 WordPress websites being exploited. As always they…
 
Steve and Gerry discuss the nuances of the Amazon Echo device receiving HIPAA compliance branding. They provide a look at the college admission process leveraging cloud platforms and how they were successfully hacked for fun and profit. Finally the guys discuss the cybersecurity elephant in the healthcare room that providers are not talking about. …
 
Steve and Gerry discuss an insider threat issue that resulted in $700K worth of damage to a company in retaliation for termination. The obvious involuntary terminations activities were performed, but what issues led to a compromise? They spend time covering the advancement on cyber insurance driving security technology adoption. The finish the topi…
 
Steve and Gerry discuss the discovery of a 19 year old vulnerability, how organizations using Windows 7 now really really have to do something about it, and how the Pwn2Own 0-day contest in Vancouver is dropping 0-days like it’s hot. As always they end with One Cool Thing. Show Notes Resources: WinRar Bug https://www.scmagazine.com/home/security-ne…
 
The guys discuss how a presidential candidate out of Texas is a member of the Cult of the Dead Cow, a hacktivist group started in 1990’s. They cover vishing attacks and how the government is trying to pass anti-robocall legislation. Finally they touch on pentesting in the gig economy. As always they end with One Cool Thing. Show Notes Resources: Ro…
 
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