InfoSecSherpa’s News Roundup for Saturday, May 14, 2022

Ukraine’s Kalush Orchestra is favorite to win the Eurovision 2022 final. AFP via Getty Images.
Photo Credit: AFP via Getty Images via Forbes. See article #10.
  1. Opinion: America is Losing the Quantum Race with China
    (Newsweek, May 12th)
  2. New Saitama backdoor Targeted Official from Jordan’s Foreign Ministry
    (The Hacker News, May 13th)
  3. Cybersecurity of Open Radio Access Networks
    (European Commission, May 11th)
  4. Italian CERT: Hacktivists hit govt sites in ‘Slow HTTP’ DDoS attacks
    (Bleeping Computer, May 13th)
  5. Traveling with a watchful mind in the cyber era
    (The Jerusalem Post, May 14th)
  6. Amit Shah inaugurates National Cyber Forensic Laboratory in Hyderabad
    (Devdiscourse, May 14th)
  7. National Cybersecurity Preparedness Consortium Act Signed into Law
    (Homeland Security Today, May 14th)
  8. Cyber mistake: Cincinnati inadvertently posted employees’ personal data online
    (Cincinnati Enquirer, May 13th)
  9. Swiss seek cooperation with US on cyber security defence
    (Swissinfo, May 14th)
  10. Eurovision 2022 Final — Russian Hackers Say They Can Stop Ukraine Kalush Orchestra Win
    (Forbes, May 14th)

Bonus: Approach Your Personal Brand Like a Project Manager
(Harvard Business Review, May 13th)

Free webinar event, Women and Cybersecurity: Creating a More Inclusive Cyber Space on May 26th from 9 to 11 a.m. Eastern.
Free webinar — Women and Cybersecurity: Creating a More Inclusive Cyber Space

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