InfoSecSherpa’s News Roundup for Saturday, February 12, 2022

InfoSecSherpa: Your Guide Up a Mountain of Information!

2 min readFeb 12, 2022
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Thinking of the people of Ukraine at this time.
  1. The Real Reasons Behind China’s Internet ‘Cleanse’
    (Fair Planet, February 12th)
  2. Love and logins: Who gets custody of passwords in a breakup?
    (Niagara Gazette, February 12th)
  3. Kean University Named Cybersecurity Center of Excellence
    (Government Technology, February 11th)
  4. National Reconnaissance Office looks to ease companies in the door with tiered cybersecurity requirements
    (Federal News Network, February 11th)
  5. SEC Proposes Cybersecurity Rules for Registered Investment Advisers and Funds
    (Harvard Law School Forum on Corporate Governance, February 12th)
  6. Cyber Signals is a new cybersecurity magazine from Microsoft
    (The Windows Club, February 12th / Read directly from Microsoft.)
  7. Singapore: MCI responds to unauthorised sales of personal data over the past five years
    (Global Compliance News, February 12th)
  8. How to frame meaningful security conversations with the corporate board
    (Venture Beat, February 12th)
  9. University of British Columbia Medicine reports ‘serious cyber security attack’ after phishing incident
    (The Ubyssey, February 11th)
  10. Cyber attack: Gloucester council sets aside £380k for IT repairs
    (BBC News, February 11th)
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