InfoSecSherpa’s News Round Up for Tuesday, December 28, 2021

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  1. Open source security leader Brian Behlendorf discusses the impact of Log4j
    (Venture Beat, December 28th)
  2. RedLine malware shows why passwords shouldn’t be saved in browsers
    (Bleeping Computer, December 28th)
  3. LastPass users warned their master passwords are compromised
    (Bleeping Computer, December 28th)
  4. Delaware Court of Chancery Dismisses Caremark Claim Arising From Marriott Cybersecurity Breach
    (JD Supra / Morris James LLP, December 28th)
  5. Microsoft launches new Defender capabilities for fixing Log4j
    (Report Door, December 28th)
  6. Role Of Cyber Security In Compliance: A Comprehensive Guide
    (Security Boulevard, December 27th)
  7. Cybersecurity: When Stress and Trauma ‘Get in the Way’
    (Tripwire, December 27th)
  8. How Artificial Intelligence is changing cyber security landscape
    (Your Story, December 28th)
  9. Malwarebytes will now remove all of the malicious documents it enjoys discover.
    (Adotas, December 28th)
  10. Experts warn Emotet malware is back
    (NHK World Japan, December 28th)
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