InfoSecSherpa’s News Roundup for Saturday, February 26, 2022

InfoSecSherpa: Your Guide Up a Mountain of Information!

2 min readFeb 26, 2022
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NOTE: Again, this update is NOT including news about the invasion of Ukraine because I feel that deserves its own report. This is to help folks catch up on the other news items going on right now. Thanks for your understanding.

  1. This Hotel Is Using Technology In A Truly Creepy Way (But Some Will Like It)
    (Fior Reports, February 26th)
  2. Yale University and SAP Partner on Developing Cybersecurity Talent
    (Datamation, February 25th)
  3. 6 hospitals, health systems hit by cybersecurity breaches in February
    (Becker’s Health IT, February 25th)
  4. Making Space for Diversity in Cybersecurity
    (Ms. Magazine, February 25th)
  5. Southeast Cybersecurity Senior Shares Professional, Personal Successes with Board of Governors
    (Southeast Missouri State University, February 25th)
  6. NVIDIA Says It’s Investigating A Potential Cyberattack
    (Tech Times, February 25th)
  7. Vail Symposium welcomes Sean Roche to speak about cyber security and crypto terrorism
    (Vail Daily, February 25th)
  8. Dechert Cyber Bits — Issue 8
    (JD Supra / Dechert LLP, February 25th)
  9. Cyber skills training will now be offered to UK students
    (Screenshot, February 26th)
  10. Montana State University announces a $50 million gift from the Gianforte Family Foundation to further computer science, electrical and computer engineering, cybersecurity, optics and photonics, and creative industries
    (Montana State University, February 25th)
InfoSecSherpa: Your Guide Up a Mountain of Information!




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