InfoSecSherpa’s News Roundup for Thursday, May 12, 2022

CT scan, medical device. Image by Mufid Majnun from Pixabay.
See #7 for medical device news.
  1. BT accelerates security for UK small firms
    (Intelligent CIO, May 12th)
  2. They Fled Ukraine to Keep Their Cyber Startup Alive. Now, They’re Hacking Back.
    (The Wall Street Journal, May 12th)
  3. Building Cyber Resilience Before the Next Attack Occurs
    (MIT Sloan Management Review, May 12th)
  4. Irish organisations warned about increased cyber attack risk
    (The Irish Times, May 12th)
  5. Educators Call for Cyber Pros To Teach Part Time
    (AFCEA Signal, May 11th)
  6. Pro-Russian hackers target Italy institutional websites -ANSA news agency
    (Reuters, May 11th)
  7. FDA Bill Includes Medical Device Security Requirements For Manufacturers
    (Health IT Security, May 11th)
  8. Long before Newfoundland and Labrador cyberattack, report flagged flaws in system
    (CBC News, May 12th)
  9. Japan pursues greater Five Eyes intel-sharing amid China concerns
    (Nikkei Asia, May 12th)
  10. Battle.net hit by huge DDoS attack
    (Tech Radar Pro, May 12th)
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