InfoSecSherpa’s News Roundup for Friday, January 28, 2022

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“Hope begins in the dark, the stubborn hope that if you just show up and try to do the right thing, the dawn will come. You wait and watch and work: you don’t give up.” — Anne Lamott
  1. CyberWyoming Alliance wins grant and helps other with Cyber security
    (Wyoming News Now, January 27th)
  2. Alumna promotes privacy and information security at Penn State
    (The Pennsylvania State University, January 18th)
  3. Cracking the Crypto Code: New Reporting Obligations (Current Developments in the World of Blockchain and Cryptocurrency)
    (The National Law Review, January 27th)
  4. Finnish diplomats’ devices hacked with Pegasus spyware
    (The Mercury News, January 28th)
  5. Dechert Cyber Bits — Issue 6
    (JD Supra / Dechert, January 28th)
  6. Joplin, Missouri continues notifying those affected by cyber incident
    (KOAM, January 28th)
  7. Police make arrests in cartoon character cyber crime probe
    (News Source Guyana, January 28th)
  8. Hijacked Instagram Accounts are being sold over the internet for $40K
    (Digital Information World, January 29th)
  9. Cybersecurity Is About Tech — but Also Trust, User Experience
    (Government Technology, January 28th)
  10. Gang still posting data allegedly stolen from Saskatoon airport authority
    (IT World Canada, January 28th)
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