InfoSecSherpa’s News Roundup for Friday, July 29, 2022

Gavel and law books. Image by succo from Pixabay.
See #8 for a cybersecurity news item about the U.S. court system.
  1. A Simple Guide to U.S. Copyright Law
    (Copyright Law, July 27th)
  2. New OSINT foundation aims to ‘professionalize’ open source discipline across spy agencies
    (Federal News Network, July 27th)
  3. Tech companies pledge free cybersecurity training during White House summit Tuesday
    (Tech Republic, July 19th)
  4. Cyber Insurance Price Hike Hits Local Governments Hard
    (Governing, July 29th)
  5. Meet the trailblazer woman in Israel’s Defense Ministry cyber R&D
    (The Jerusalem Post, July 29th)
  6. July was a hot month for cyber security research
    (Channel Asia, July 29th)
  7. This phishing attack uses a countdown clock to panic you into handing over passwords
    (ZDNet, July 29th)
  8. U.S. Justice Department probing cyber breach of federal court records system
    (Reuters, July 28th)
  9. Finland ranks first in EU digital comparison
    (Helsinki Times, July 29th)
  10. Austria probes claim spyware targeted law firms and banks
    (The Local AT, July 29th)
I will be speaking at the following events in Las Vegas at this year’s Hacker Summer Camp!
I will be speaking at the following events in Las Vegas at this year’s Hacker Summer Camp!

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