Resources To Prepare For And Mitigate Cyberattacks

Cyberattacks on healthcare entities, including healthcare distributors and manufacturers, are on the rise. Browse HIDA’s curated-for-members list of key federal agencies with cyber expertise and tools developed for the healthcare sector.

Plus: Cybersecurity And The C-Suite: What Senior Leaders Must Know

+ Administration for Strategic Preparedness and Response (ASPR), Critical Infrastructure Protection (CIP) Division

ASPR’s CIP leads and coordinates activities of HHS in support of the Healthcare and Public Health (HPH) Sector cybersecurity protection through the Joint Cybersecurity Working Group. Read more about:

+ Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA), Department of Homeland Security (DHS)

ACISA has recently released a toolkit for the Healthcare and Public Health (HPH) sector. This toolkit is a collaborative effort between CISA and the Health Sector Coordinating Council Cybersecurity Working Group at HHS.

CISA also maintains a weekly vulnerability summary here.

+ National Risk Management Center, CISA, DHS

The National Risk Management Center was established in 2018 to conduct risk analysis for critical infrastructure. The Center works with all levels of the government to understand and reduce risk of cyber and physical infrastructure disruptions. Read more here.

+ Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI)

The FBI is the lead agency that investigates cyberattacks. Click here for information on preventive steps to protect against a cyberattack and how to report a cybercrime.


Cybersecurity And The C-Suite: What Senior Leaders Must Know

2024 Executive Conference Session

It’s a given in today’s environment: Cybercriminals are targeting your company. Is your organization investing in the proper defenses? Do you have back-up plans to ensure that you can continue to service customers even if an incident occurs? Find out what strategies are critical, and what questions to ask your team to reduce the chances that a hacking incident or ransomware attack could cripple your business.

View the full Executive Conference agenda here.

Janice Reese

Janice Reese
Director, Partnerships, Healthcare
SoftServe