InfoSecSherpa’s News Roundup for Thursday, June 16, 2022

Wisconsin soybean farm. Image by David Mark from Pixabay.
Two items today about security food sources and farming.
  1. House subpanel OKs $417 million boost for CISA
    (The Record by Recorded Future, June 16th)
  2. Latin America governments are prime targets for ransomware due to lack of resources, analysis argues
    (Cyber Scoop, June 16th)
  3. French military spy agency celebrates 30th birthday as war rages on
    (Modern Ghana, June 16th)
  4. Cyber threats and current landscape put food defense on agenda
    (Food Safety News, June 16th)
  5. Iran-Backed Cyber Warfare Group Phosphorus Targets US, Israel, Corporations
    (1945, June 16th)
  6. Analysis: Could Twitter Order Hint at Looming FTC Privacy Regs?
    (Bloomberg Law, June 16th)
  7. Israel and Hong Kong Team Up to Test Digital Currency Cyber Risk
    (Bloomberg, June 16th)
  8. How Information Security Teams Can Help Reduce Stress and Burnout
    (Dark Reading, June 15th)
  9. The human element to cyber resiliency
    (Security Magazine, June 16th)
  10. Securing America’s Food Supply
    (Syracuse University, June 15th)
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