InfoSecSherpa’s News Roundup for Thursday, May 19, 2022

Computer classroom. Image by janeb13 from Pixabay.
See news item #10 about cybersecurity boot camps.
  1. Canada bans Chinese tech giant Huawei from 5G network
    (CBC News, May 19th)
  2. Cameroon’s Fintech Start-ups’ Attitudes Toward and Culture of Cybersecurity
    (Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, May 19th)
  3. Iowa National Guard, Iowa State, Kosovo partner on cybersecurity: ‘We cannot survive alone.’
    (Ames Tribune, May 19th)
  4. Why Cybersecurity Is Now A Board-Level Leadership Imperative
    (Forbes, May 19th)
  5. Drury University students attempt to hack City of Springfield in cybersecurity partnership
    (Drury University, May 19th)
  6. QuSecure launches end-to-end post-quantum cybersecurity solution
    (CSO, May 19th)
  7. Naval Postgraduate School (NPS) Students “Hack The Port” at Maritime Cybersecurity Conference
    (DVIDS, May 19th)
  8. Demystifying Cybersecurity: Author Zinet Kemal Is Paving the Way for Young Immigrant Women in Cyber
    (Ms. Magazine, May 19th)
  9. Maryland Governor Hogan Signs Three Cybersecurity Bills to Fortify State, Local Government Entities
    (MSSP Alert, May 19th)
  10. Cyber Boot Camps Fall Short for Some Students
    (The Wall Street Journal, May 19th)
#CyberjutsuCon 3.0 will merge with the 9th Annual #CyberjutsuAwards on June 18 in the beautiful Maritime Conference Center in Linthicum, Maryland.
#CyberjutsuCon 3.0 will merge with the 9th Annual #CyberjutsuAwards on June 18 in the beautiful Maritime Conference Center in Linthicum, Maryland.

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