InfoSecSherpa’s News Roundup for Thursday, June 9, 2022

Scarlet Macaw. Image by Leonela Salazar from Pixabay.
See item #8 for news about Latin America.
  1. Some VMware employees are concerned about the future of the company under Broadcom, as they worry about layoffs, a culture clash, and having to return to the office
    (Business Insider, June 9th)
  2. Joint Advisory Warns of Chinese-sponsored Attacks on Telecommunications Companies
    (The National Law Review, June 9th)
  3. Cincinnati sewer district taps sensors for better data on dumping, COVID-19
    (State Scoop, June 9th)
  4. Agrifood cyber attack threats on the rise
    (WATT Poultry, June 9th)
  5. Cyber researchers step in to fill Patch Tuesday’s shoes
    (Computer Weekly, June 9th)
  6. Cybersecurity Veteran Aguilar Named L.A. County’s CISO
    (Industry Insider, June 8th)
  7. Vermont Enacts Insurance Data Security Law
    (Lexology/Hunton Andrews Kurth LLP)
  8. Symbiote: A Stealthy Linux Malware Targeting Latin American Financial Sector
    (The Hacker News, June 9th)
  9. Colorado has had a shortage of cybersecurity professionals for years. Here’s how that’s going.
    (The Colorado Sun, June 9th)
  10. At the RSA Conference, Jobs Still Key to The Cybersecurity Crisis
    (Forbes, June 9th)
#CyberjutsuCon 3.0 will merge with the 9th Annual #CyberjutsuAwards on June 18 in the beautiful Maritime Conference Center in Linthicum, Maryland. Click the image to register for remote or in-person!
#CyberjutsuCon 3.0 will merge with the 9th Annual #CyberjutsuAwards on June 18 in the beautiful Maritime Conference Center in Linthicum, Maryland. Click the image to register for remote or in-person!

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