InfoSecSherpa’s News Roundup for Monday, June 20, 2022

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See item #10 about cybersecurity news concerning the food and drink industries.
  1. NanoLock Secures Industrial Machines From Disastrous Cyber Attacks
    (NoCamels, June 20th)
  2. Proposed SEC Rules Will Force Boards to Double Down on Cyber
    (Gov Info Security, June 20th)
  3. 6 Greatest Cyber Threats to Construction Companies
    (TechBullion, June 20th)
  4. United Kingdom’s House of Lords move to protect cyber researchers from prosecution
    (Computer Weekly, June 20th)
  5. Ransomware attacks: This is the data that cyber criminals really want to steal
    (ZDNet, June 20th)
  6. Iranian cyberattack may be behind false rocket warning sirens in Jerusalem
    (The Jerusalem Post, June 20th)
  7. Cyber policy cancellations on the rise
    (Insurance News Australia, June 20th)
  8. Experts publish ex-Soviet Republics’ cyber security index — Latvia on the same level as Ukraine
    (Baltic News Network, June 20th)
  9. Filipe Dinis on Bank of Canada’s cyber strategy and tackling cyber risks
    (Central Banking, June 20th)
  10. Preparing for cyber attacks in the food and drink industry: exclusive podcast
    (Food Manufacture, June 20th)
The Diana Initiative​ is hosting a two-day conference committed to helping all those underrepresented in Information Security.
The Diana Initiative​ is hosting a two-day conference committed to helping all those underrepresented in Information Security.

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