Health-ISAC, a nonprofit, member-driven organization, has released its 2022 Annual Report, which reflects its service to the global healthcare security community.

The report highlights important services delivered over the year, including developing a customized exercise program; publishing its first Annual Threat Report; devoting resources to medical device security; and producing 275 targeted alerts, 87 threat bulletins, 144 vulnerability bulletins; and 197 finished intelligence reports; among other vital information.

In addition, Health-ISAC shared over 21,000 highly-curated indicators of compromise and two pre-public vulnerability notifications with its members.

Health-ISAC seeks to play an essential role in providing situational awareness around cyber and physical security threats to the healthcare sector so that companies can detect, mitigate, and respond to ensure operational resilience.

“The 2022 Annual Report reflects the commitment to fulfilling our mission of advancing physical and cyber resilience in the global healthcare community,” says Denise Anderson, president and CEO, Health-ISAC. “I’m pleased to share the numerous and amazing accomplishments we have made as an ISAC and as a community over the past year. We truly are individual organizations coming together for the good of all.”

The publication documents relevant numbers, activities, threat operations, and events undertaken in 2022, as well as top incidents and vulnerabilities covered over the year.