InfoSecSherpa’s News Round Up for Friday, December 31, 2021

InfoSecSherpa: Your Guide Up a Mountain of Information!

2 min readDec 31, 2021


It’s my last news round up for 2021! Thank you for reading!

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  1. President enacts Ukraine’s Information Security Strategy
    (Ukrinform, December 31st)
  2. Information security a ‘major management challenge’ at the State Department
    (Fed Scoop, December 27th)
  3. Here’s why you probably don’t need to rely on a VPN anymore
    (NBC News, December 31st)
  4. Flare-X Takes on Emerging Threats in the New AI Era
    (Digital Journal, December 31st)
  5. The Healthcare Supply Chain Association’s cybersecurity plan
    (Healthcare, December 30th)
  6. Top Legal Ethics Stories and Cybersecurity Concerns
    (Bloomberg, December 30th)
  7. Registration open for CyberStart America competition
    (CBS 19 News, December 30th)
  8. Getting Started With Threat-Informed Security Programs
    (Dark Reading, December 30th)
  9. Have I Been Pwned adds 441K accounts stolen by RedLine malware
    (Bleeping Computer, December 30th)
  10. New Malware Uses SSD Over-Provisioning to Bypass Security Measures
    (Tom’s Hardware, December 30th)


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