Alliance targets healthcare supply chain cybersecurity risk management in new guide

May 12, 2022

A new CSA paper is designed to support healthcare delivery organizations in securing one of its biggest blind spots: supply chain vendors. (Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Sara Eshleman/US Navy)

A new CSA paper is designed to support healthcare delivery organizations in securing one of its biggest blind spots: supply chain vendors. (Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Sara Eshleman/US Navy)

On the heels of a federal agency alert on managed service provider (MSP) attacks, the Cloud Security Alliance released a new white paper to support cybersecurity risk management across the healthcare supply chain.

Developed in collaboration with the Health Information Management Working Group, the report details best practice measures for healthcare delivery organizations to manage the range of risk posed by the sector’s heavy reliance on third-party vendors and other partners, such as food suppliers, medical device vendors, pharmaceuticals, and the like.

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