DHS Cyber Incident Response Bill, National Unique Patient Identifiers, and Recruiting a Healthcare Cyber Workforce

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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 from the Healthcare Industry Cybersecurity Workforce on Recruiting and Retaining Skilled Cybersecurity Talent

As always they end with One Cool Thing.

Show Notes

Resources:

DHS Cyber Incident Response
https://www.scmagazine.com/home/security-news/government-and-defense/tktktktktk-u-s-house-passes-bill-that-w/

Unique Patient Identifiers
https://www.careersinfosecurity.com/house-approves-lifting-hhs-ban-on-unique-patient-ids-a-12630

Healthcare Cyber Workforce Guide
https://healthsectorcouncil.org/Workforce-Guide/

One Cool Thing
Cybersecurity industry taxonomy
Attack Surface Analyzer

Contact

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