InfoSecSherpa’s News Round Up for Tuesday, January 4, 2022

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“Heigh-ho, heigh-ho, it’s off to work we go!” Back to work in the new year!
  1. Cyber Attack Hits Agency That Oversees Illinois Insurance
    (Government Technology, January 4th)
  2. Google Buys Cybersecurity Firm Siemplify For Reported $500M
    (CRN, January 4th)
  3. Asia needs strong risk-awareness culture to mitigate cybercrime
    (The Edge Markets, January 4th)
  4. Beijing Regulators Issue Revised Measures for Network Security
    (Pandaily, January 4th)
  5. Is Someone Selling Data from Local Tennessee Commerce Chamber?
    (Government Technology, January 4th)
  6. McMenamins ransomware attack breached employee records going back 23 years
    (The Oregonian, January 4th)
  7. Cyberattack against UK Ministry of Defence training academy revealed
    (ZDNet, January 4th)
  8. Not IT vs OT, but IT and OT
    (Tripwire, January 3rd)
  9. Glytec garners cybersecurity certification for insulin management system
    (Mass Device, January 4th)
  10. Nation-state cyberattacks threaten the private sector
    (Security Magazine, January 4th)
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