InfoSecSherpa’s News Roundup for Sunday, January 23, 2022

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“Each person deserves a day away in which no problems are confronted, no solutions searched for.” — Maya Angelou
  1. Ukraine crisis deepens after U.K. says Russia may try to install a pro-Kremlin leader
    (NPR, January 23rd)
  2. Women’s presence in Saudi cybersecurity sector reaches 45%
    (Zawya, January 22nd)
  3. Saudi digital security firm Elm seeks to raise up to $820 mln at IPO
    (Reuters, January 23rd)
  4. What You Need to Know About the Cybersecurity Risks In the Ukraine Conflict
    (Gizmodo, January 22nd)
  5. US federal energy regulator releases proposed cybersecurity rules
    (Jurist, January 22nd)
  1. Cyberattacks Against Large Businesses Increased Dramatically During Pandemic: Report
    (Newstrail, January 23rd)
  2. Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation seeks cybersecurity for water supply network
    (The Times of India, January 23rd)
  3. Orca Security acquires web application security startup RapidSec
    (The Jerusalem Post, January 23rd)
  4. China targets Taiwan with new disinformation campaign
    (ANI, January 23rd)
  5. Google Drive Will Now Warn Users Before Opening Potentially Suspicious Files
    (Republic World, January 23rd)
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