Risky Business #748 -- New cyber rules for US healthcare are coming

PLUS: The Signal vs Telegram spat is cybersecurity's horse paste controversy...
15 May 2024 » Risky Business

This week Patrick Gray and Adam Boileau along special guest Lina Lau discuss the week’s news, including:

  • The ongoing Ascension healthcare disruption, and
  • Whether its reasonable for healthcare orgs to be pushing back
  • Platforming cybercriminals for interviews
  • Own the libs by… not using E2EE messaging?
  • CISA’s secure by design, we want to believe!
  • The $64billion scale of indusrialised fraud
  • And much, much more.

This week’s sponsor is network discovery specialist, Run Zero. Director of research Rob King joins to talk about the weird and wonderful delights in their new Research Report.

Show notes

Federal agencies assisting Catholic health network amid cyberattack
After Ascension ransomware attack, feds issue alert on Black Basta group
As White House preps new cyber rules for healthcare, Neuberger says backlash is unwarranted
Stolen children’s health records posted online in extortion bid
Guidance for organisations considering payment in... - NCSC.GOV.UK
How Did Authorities Identify the Alleged Lockbit Boss? – Krebs on Security
In interview, LockbitSupp says authorities outed the wrong guy
A (Strange) Interview With the Russian-Military-Linked Hackers Targeting US Water Utilities | WIRED
UK 'increasingly concerned' about Russian intelligence links to hacktivists
Civil society under increasing threats from ‘malicious’ state cyber actors, US
Elon Musk Weighs in on the Encryption Wars Between Telegram and Signal
Encrypted services Apple, Proton and Wire helped Spanish police identify activist | TechCrunch
Christie's Website Offline For A Fifth Day And The Company Is Still Silent On The Extent Of Last Week's Security Breach
68 tech, security vendors commit to secure-by-design practices | Cybersecurity Dive
UK government urges caution over blaming China for Ministry of Defence breach
Black Basta group spam-bombs victims and then calls to help
Southeast Asian scam syndicates stealing $64 billion annually, researchers find
The $2.3 Billion Tornado Cash Case Is a Pivotal Moment for Crypto Privacy | WIRED
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