We start with a Governor’s veto of a bill that would have criminalized unauthorized computer access and permitted companies to engage in hack-back activity. We then highlight a recently issued NIST request for input on improving the cybersecurity of healthcare imaging systems and discuss a new report that claims the DHS plans to take on new initiatives to curb systemic cyber risk and supply chain threats. We also address a new zero-day vulnerability discovered in Microsoft Office 365 and conclude with a discussion about the effect a US government’s ban on vendors would have on businesses. Welcome back to Hacking Healthcare:
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