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Many legal questions arose after the recent cyber operations against the health sector throughout the world, but there is still little legal conversation at the international level on how to approach these malicious acts that often have dire consequences.
A bipartisan group of senators sent a letter to the heads of the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) and U.S. Cyber Command on Apr. 20 asking them to take more measures to prevent cyberattacks against the American healthcare sector. In recent weeks, Russian, Chinese, Iranian and North Korean hacking operations have targeted hospitals and other health institutions using the coronavirus as a lure, according to the senators.
The U.S. Department of Justice Cybersecurity Unit released a document outlining legal considerations for private practitioners gathering intelligence on cyberthreats, including through retrieving stolen data or obtaining malware samples.
You can read the document here and below:
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Four Chinese military hackers, all members of the People's Liberation Army, have been charged with breaking into the computer networks of the Equifax credit reporting agency and stealing the personal information of millions of Americans, the Justice Department announced Monday.
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