InfoSecSherpa’s News Round Up for Saturday, January 8, 2022

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Welcome to the weekend!
  1. Fertility Clinic Hacking Incident Affected Nearly 80,000
    (Gov Info Security, January 7th)
  2. No evidence of confidential information misuse says Bay County after email security incident
    (Michigan Live, January 7th)
  3. Florida names new CISO amid struggles to keep cybersecurity staff
    (State Scoop, January 7th)
  4. Maryland health workers, lawmakers want answers as problems persist a month after cyberattack
    (The Washington Post, January 8th)
  5. Drones used by farmers could be spying: source
    (Taipei Times, January 9th)
  6. GSA Seeks Comments on Transfer of .Gov Domain to Cybersecurity Agency
    (NextGov, January 7th)
  7. TSA Mandates Immediate Cyber Preparations for Rail Owners and Operators following its Imposition of Similar Requirements on Airports and Airlines
    (JD Supra / Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP, January 7th)
  8. Norwegian Media Company Amedia Suffered a Serious Cyber Attack That Left Newspapers Unprinted
    (CPO Magazine, January 7th)
  9. Cyber-Attack on New Mexico County
    (InfoSecurity Magazine, January 7th)
  10. Lawmakers Call For Stronger Cyber Collaboration, Workforce
    (MeriTalk, January 7th)
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