H-ISAC TLP White: Hacking Healthcare July 5, 2022

This week, Hacking Healthcare’s “Yes, This Is Still a Thing” department focuses on a new bill attempting to create a “comprehensive” federal data privacy law for the United States. Beyond providing some context for the bill, we will examine who would be affected if the bill passed, what types of data are covered, what types of security and privacy requirements are present, how the bill would interact with existing healthcare-focused regulation and legislation, and what the prospects are of the bill being signed into law. Welcome back to Hacking Healthcare.

In this edition:

  • Frontend Software Engineer - Remote position at Bushel
  • FBI Sounds Warning Over Deepfake Remote Work Positions

View the detailed report below. 

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