InfoSecSherpa’s News Roundup for Saturday, January 15, 2022

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It’s the weekend! Are you doing any reading?
  1. The High-Stakes Game Of Public Sector Cybersecurity
    (Forbes, January 14th)
  2. Bipartisan Overhaul of Information Security Law in the Works
    (Fed Week, January 13th)
  3. Truist Hires Former Boeing Exec as Chief Information Security Officer
    (Monitor Daily, January 14th)
  4. Concern for UK security as anti-vaxxer groups evolve towards US-style militias
    (The Guardian, January 15th)
  5. NYC schools crippled by week-long data service systems outage
    (New York Post, January 15th)
  6. UK Banks Using Poor Authentication And Web Security
    (Information Security Buzz, January 14th)
  7. Responsible AI will give you a competitive advantage
    (Venture Beat, January 15th)
  8. Japanese companies must take cybersecurity more seriously
    (Nikkei Asia, January 16th)
  9. Germany’s federal cybersecurity body fails to find any proof of built-in censorship inside Xiaomi phones
    (Notebook Check, January 15th)
  10. No lights, no heat, no money — that’s life in Ukraine during cyber warfare
    (Reuters, January 14th)
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