InfoSecSherpa’s News Roundup for Thursday, November 16, 2023

InfoSecSherpa: Your Guide Up a Mountain of Information!

InfoSecSherpa
1 min readNov 16, 2023
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News Item #10: AI Is Making Data Literacy a ‘Survival Skill’ That Schools Must Teach, Experts Argue
  1. ICBC hacker says ransom was paid following major breach
    (Insurance Business, November 16th)
  2. Cyber Experts Worry AI Could Create a World of Haves and Have-Nots
    (The Wall Street Journal, November 15th)
  3. Clorox Cyber Chief Leaves While Company Recovers From Devastating Hack
    (Bloomberg, November 15th)
  4. Digital pharmacy startup Truepill confirms hackers accessed health data for 2.3M users
    (Fierce Healthcare, November 15th)
  5. Wisconsin’s Volunteer Cyber Team Explodes in Membership
    (Government Technology, November 15th)
  6. The implications of the EU’s Cyber Resilience Act
    (Lexology/Stevens & Bolton LLP, November 15th)
  7. Personal information of Toronto Public Library staff stolen in cyber attack, investigators say
    (CityNews, November 15th)
  8. Samsung’s Recent UK Data Breach Exposed Personal Data Of Customers
    (TechRound, November 16th)
  9. Puerto Rico strengthens government cybersecurity with new partnership
    (News Is My Business, November 16th)
  10. AI Is Making Data Literacy a ‘Survival Skill’ That Schools Must Teach, Experts Argue
    (Education Week, November 16th)
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Happy Autumn

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