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Scott E. Augenbaum

Supervisor for the Memphis Division

Federal Bureau of Investigation

Direct Phone: (615) ***-****       

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Federal Bureau of Investigation

J. Edgar Hoover Building 935 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW

Washington, D.C., District of Columbia 20535

United States

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As an intelligence-driven and a threat-focused national security organization with both intelligence and law enforcement responsibilities, the mission of the FBI is to protect and defend the United States against terrorist and foreign intelligence threats ... more

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Cyber Crime Lawyer Blog


Middle TN Chapter of InfraGard

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Risk and Compliance Michael Barrack


Computer Intrusion/Counterintelligence Squad


FBI Academy


Information Technology

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They may use ransomware, a type ... [cached]

They may use ransomware, a type of malware that rapidly encrypts files and locks up a system when a user clicks an email link, says Scott Augenbaum, FBI special agent and cybercrime supervisor in the FBI's Memphis, Tennessee, division.

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Over the past ten years, Scott has provided hundreds of computer intrusion threat briefings with the goal of educating the community on emerging computer intrusion threats and how to not to be the victim of a data breach.

Scott Augenbaum, Special Agent, Division of Computer Intrusion/Intelligence, FBI

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Many healthcare record breaches are preventable, and that organizations are doing too little to keep PHI secure, according to FBI Supervisory Special Agent Scott Augenbaum.

In his 2016 speech, titled, "The Health Information Executive's Guide to Cybersecurity," he warned that hackers backed by foreign governments, China in particular, are penetrating U.S. health care information systems.

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Speaking at last week's CHIME/AEHIS LEAD Forum Event at Sheraton Downtown Nashville, Scott Augenbaum - an FBI Supervisory Special Agent in the Memphis Division - explained the attendees that too little is being...

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Speaking at last week's CHIME/AEHIS LEAD Forum Event at Sheraton Downtown Nashville, Scott Augenbaum - an FBI Supervisory Special Agent in the Memphis Division - explained the attendees that too little is being done to keep healthcare data secure. He also pointed out that in the majority of cases, healthcare data breaches could easily have been prevented.

When Augenbaum is called upon to visit healthcare organizations following breaches of protected health information, he usually discovers that simple data security measures could have prevented the exposure or theft of PHI.
Augenbaum's keynote speech, titled "The Health Information Executive's Guide to Cybersecurity", was intended to raise awareness of the problem and explain the seriousness of the current threat level. In the address, Augenbaum pointed out that foreign government-backed hackers pose a serious problem for the healthcare industry. Furthermore, the situation is likely to get a lot worse.
While foreign entities have not previously been interested in healthcare data, the situation today is very different. Augenbaum explained that part of China's plan is for the country to become a world leader in healthcare innovation by 2020, yet the Chinese government wants to do this without committing funds to research. Instead, the focus is attacking healthcare organizations in the United States to gain access to healthcare information systems. According to Augenbaum, Russia, Nigeria, and other foreign countries are also using hackers to target U.S healthcare providers.
Augenbaum suggested focusing on five key areas of basic cybersecurity - as detailed in the Sans Institute's CIS Critical Security Controls for Effective Cyber Defense. (Details on this link). By following these guidelines, Augenbaum says it is possible to prevent 90% of healthcare data breaches.
Augenbaum also explained that many organizations have still not appointed a dedicated person to look after cybersecurity strategy at the highest level. The task is often given to people low down the chain who typically lack the relevant experience or understanding.
It was also explained that healthcare leaders need to build comprehensive IT security strategies. Augenbaum pointed out this is not a quick process.

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