InfoSecSherpa’s News Roundup for Thursday, March 31, 2022

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  1. Cybersecurity managers with a direct line to executive boards set the tone for investment: Study
    (ZDNet, March 31st)
  2. Pennsylvania National Guard holds Wi-Fighter Cyber Challenge
    (National Guard, March 30th)
  3. Navigating Ambiguities in New Cyber Reporting Law
    (Holland & Knight, March 30th)
  4. New York State squashed ‘uptick’ in Russian cyber traffic, CIO says
    (State Scoop, March 29th)
  5. Nearly $6M will help UArizona grow national cybersecurity workforce
    (University of Arizona, March 30th)
  6. Israeli Ministry of Health Publishes Guidelines on Cybersecurity Defense in the Health Sector
    (Lexology/Pearl Cohen Zedek Latzer Baratz, March 30th)
  7. Fewer employees are reporting security incidents
    (Human Resources Director, March 30th)
  8. Middle East cybersecurity industry explores how to engage more women
    (CIO, March 30th)
  9. ‘Geofence warrant’ unconstitutional, judge rules in Virginia
    (The Durango Herald, March 30th)
  10. The cyber–maritime security nexus and priorities for UK–Australia–ASEAN cooperation
    (Australian Strategic Policy Institute, March 31st)
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