Coffee with CISOs: Securing COVID Vaccination Sites
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With the spread of the pandemic, healthcare organizations have seen a massive increase in cyberattacks, which we are mostly aware of. Security actors are trying to sabotage COVID tracing and vaccine web apps, in addition to hospitals and pharmaceutical firms. Dylan and the rThreat team will talk about what they’ve found out about these attacks, who’s behind them, and what measures are being taken to defend these pages in order to protect the public.
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rThreat would like to invite you to episode ten of Coffee with CISOs, a webinar series where we sit down with CISOs and cybersecurity experts from various industries for a fireside chat.
Our guest for this episode is Dylan Foos, the Senior Security Analyst at Accenture. Dylan is an ethical hacker specializing in penetration testing and red team engagements.
He is currently working on penetration testing for state-run COVID-19 tracing and vaccination sites.
As everyone in the industry knows, healthcare institutions have experienced a huge surge in cyberattacks with the rise of the pandemic. Hospitals and pharmaceutical companies have not been the sole targets; threat actors are also attempting to sabotage COVID tracing and vaccination web applications. Dylan and the rThreat team will be discussing what discoveries he has made regarding these attacks, who’s behind them, and steps being taken to secure these sites to protect the public.
To learn more, register for our webinar on Friday, May 7th at 10:00 AM PST. Bring your favorite drink (doesn’t have to be coffee) and take a quick break to learn more about:
- Who’s targeting COVID tracing and vaccination web applications
- Remediation efforts to prevent sabotage and protect user information
- Best practices to protect your information when accessing these sites