InfoSecSherpa’s News Roundup for Friday, February 18, 2022

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Have a safe, peaceful, and tranquil weekend.
  1. International Biometrics and Identity Association (IBIA) weighs in on biometrics use in answer to US government request
    (Biometric Update, February 18th)
  2. NIST wants public input on updates to Cybersecurity Framework, supply chain security
    (SC Media, February 18th)
  3. Data Breach Alert: Jefferson Surgical Clinic
    (JD Supra / Console and Associates, P.C.)
  4. A strategy to minimize bias in A.I. that any company can use
    (Fortune, February 18th)
  5. CISA Compiles Free Cybersecurity Services and Tools for Network Defenders
    (CISA, February 18th)
  6. NIST Publishes New Recommended Criteria for Cybersecurity Labeling for Consumer Internet of Things (IoT) Products
    (The National Law Review, February 18th)
  7. Optimizing Cybersecurity Awareness Training With Active Learning
    (Forbes, February 18th)
  8. Report Finds IoT Malware Attacks Targeting Routers On The Rise
    (CE Pro, February 18th)
  9. What To Expect With Cyber Surprise
    (Lawfare, February 18th)
  10. Department of Defense Releases New Cyber Resilient Weapon Systems Body of Knowledge
    (Department of Defense, February 18th)
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