InfoSecSherpa’s News Roundup for Thursday, June 2, 2022

USS Nimitz. Image by David Mark from Pixabay.
USS Nimitz. See news item #10 about the U.S. Navy.
  1. Overhaul of Cyber-Incident Reporting Requirements
    (Lexology — Nagashima Ohno & Tsunematsu, June 2nd)
  2. Making Metrics More Meaningful for the Board
    (Bank Info Security, June 2nd)
  3. The Secret To Secure Data? Supporting Your CISO
    (Forbes, June 2nd)
  4. Penn State promotes deputy chief information officer Jennifer Stedelin to CIO
    (Ed Scoop, June 2nd)
  5. The world runs on code, and they secure it
    (The Jerusalem Post, June 2nd)
  6. Removing Secrets From Your Source Code
    (Gabor Szathmari Blog, June 2nd)
  7. Manufacturing has become most popular target of hackers, says TXOne Networks
    (DigiTimes Asia, June 2nd)
  8. What Comes from Requiring Local Gov to Report Cyber Incidents?
    (Government Technology, June 2nd)
  9. Fleet Cyber Command creates Operation Cyber Dragon to mitigate vulnerabilities in Navy networks
    (Fed Scoop, June 2nd)
  10. How Tokio Marine HCC stays on the cutting edge of cyber insurance
    (Insurance Business Magazine, June 2nd)
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