Amazon Echo in Healthcare, College Admissions Hacked, and Healthcare Integrity and Availability Security Needs

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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.

As always they end with One Cool Thing.

Show Notes

Resources:

Amazon gets HIPAA-Compliance added to their list of things Alexa can be:
https://developer.amazon.com/blogs/alexa/post/ff33dbc7-6cf5-4db8-b203-99144a251a21/introducing-new-alexa-healthcare-skills

A high schooler notifies universities that their admissions portal is hackable. Not that anyone would want to subvert college admissions.
https://d4stiny.github.io/Hacking-College-Admissions/

Cybersecurity Healthcare Challenges
https://www.theverge.com/2019/4/4/18293817/cybersecurity-hospitals-health-care-scan-simulation

One Cool Thing

Breach Help: https://www.breachclarity.com/

Spy Gear: https://www.detective-store.com/

Contact

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