InfoSecSherpa’s News Roundup for Monday, October 3, 2022

InfoSecSherpa: Your Guide Up a Mountain of Information!

2 min readOct 3, 2022
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See news item #10 for an interesting story about cybersecurity impacting schools.
  1. The founder of ‘Black Girls in Cyber’ sees lots more work to do
    (The Hill, October 3rd)
  2. How to Use Edge Computing to Combat Cyberattacks
    (Channel Futures, October 3rd)
  3. Is extremism in Bangladesh getting quietly boosted through cyber activities?
    (India Narrative, October 3rd)
  4. Office of the National Cyber Director Requests Your Insight and Expertise on Cyber Workforce, Training, and Education
    (The White House, October 3rd)
  5. Securing Europe’s Critical Entities from Cyber Attacks
    (PharmTech, October 2nd)
  6. Oh Behave! The Annual Cybersecurity Attitudes and Behaviors Report 2022
    (National Cybersecurity Alliance, September 29th)
  7. Cyberattack on Australian telco Optus affects 1.2 million customers
    (Business Insurance, October 3rd)
  8. Cyber hits the campaign trail
    (Politico, October 3rd)
  9. How New Zealand’s top 3 telcos are protecting Kiwis from cyber threats
    (1 News, October 3rd)
  10. How Ransomware Is Causing Chaos in American Schools
    (Motherboard Tech by Vice, October 3rd)
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