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Subject: [Cybersecurity edition] Pacemakers, defibrillators may be hackable | Russia responsible for Olympics cyberattack, officials say | Apple's iCloud uses Google's public cloud | Healthcare No. 1 industry hit by ransomware, W-2 scams in 2017
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February 27, 2018
US officials: Russia is responsible for Olympics cyberattack, not North Korea 

2. Pacemakers and defibrillators may be hackable 

3. Report: Healthcare No. 1 industry hit by ransomware, W-2 scams in 2017 

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6. Apple actually uses Google's public cloud for its iCloud 

7. Top 10 Digital Health Use Cases for 2018 
8. DOJ establishes Cyber-Digital Task Force to address cyberthreats 

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10. Man who claims to be bitcoin inventor sued for allegedly stealing $5B in cryptocurrency Full story

11. How to leverage data for savings in supply costs at your hospital 

12. CIO to know: Brookdale Hospital & University Medical Center's Eli Tarlow 




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