InfoSecSherpa’s News Roundup for Thursday, August 18, 2022

InfoSecSherpa: Your Guide Up a Mountain of Information!

InfoSecSherpa
2 min readAug 18, 2022
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Image by David Mark from Pixabay.
See #10 for a news item about Brazil.
  1. Yes, You Should Major in Theatre: No Other Major Better Prepares You for the 21st Century Workforce
    (Matt Fotis, August 9th)
  2. Social media as valuable as classified info in fighting cyber threats, intel official says
    (The Washington Times, August 17th)
  3. Lawmakers push for improved cybersecurity in health sector amid growing cyber threats
    (The Hill, August 18th)
  4. Estonia Repels Cyber Attacks as Pro-Kremlin Group Takes Credit
    (Bloomberg, August 18th)
  5. Ryuk-Linked Russian Pleads Not Guilty in US Court
    (Bank Info Security, August 18th)
  6. Lloyd’s sets out requirements for state-backed cyber-attack exclusions
    (Reinsurance News, August 18th)
  7. The cyber security catch: the joys of connected cars comes with a caution
    (Automotive World, August 18th)
  8. TikTok asks House of Representatives to rescind cyber advisory about company
    (The Record by Recorded Future, August 18th)
  9. In Tennessee, Possible Solution to the Cyber Talent Shortage
    (The Wall Street Journal, August 18th)
  10. Brazil is the second country that suffers the most cyber attacks in Latin America
    (BNAmericas, August 18th)
“Long Overdue: Making InfoSec Better Through Library Science” (Begin at the 1:40:00 mark of the video)
“Long Overdue: Making InfoSec Better Through Library Science” (Begin at the 1:40:00 mark of the video)

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