InfoSecSherpa’s News Round Up for Wednesday, December 29, 2021

The weather outside may be frightful where you are, but the news round ups are so delightful!
  1. Saskatchewan Liquor and Gaming Authority experienced cybersecurity breach on Christmas Day
    (Sask Today, December 29th)
  2. Cyberstrategy: Taiwainese Legislature approves plan to launch digital ministry
    (Taipei Times, December 30th)
  3. China-based group used Log4j flaw in attack, CrowdStrike says
    (Venture Beat, December 29th)
  4. The Indian Army has established a new quantum computing lab as well as an artificial intelligence center.
    (Nokia Mobile Phone News, December 29th)
  5. LastPass Promises No Data Breach Following Hacking Scare; Caused by Fabricated Breach Alerts?
    (iTechPost, December 29th)
  6. Why TinyML use cases are taking off
    (Tech Target, December 20th)
  7. Is now the time to dump WhatsApp? Privacy advocates say yes
    (Digital Trends, December 29th)
  8. Protect Your Organization by Cultivating a Culture of Cybersecurity Awareness
    (TripWire, December 28th)
  9. K-12 Cybersecurity Act Signed Into Law
    (Security Intelligence, December 29th)
  10. Hillicon Valley — Cybersecurity’s breakout year
    (The Hill, December 28th)
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