InfoSecSherpa’s News Roundup for Thursday, September 22, 2022

See #10 for a new item about railroad cybersecurity.
  1. IBM Teams With 20 Historically Black Colleges and Universities to Address Cybersecurity Talent Shortage
    (IBM, September 21st)
  2. World Cyber Security Summit in Jordan brought together global cyber security experts to tackle the battle against cyber threats
    (Benzinga, September 22nd)
  3. Nuclear Weapons Cybersecurity: NNSA Should Fully Implement Foundational Cybersecurity Risk Management Practices
    (U.S. Government Accountability Office, September 22nd)
  4. Consumers in India to be protected from harassment by unsolicited calls, messages under new telecom bill
    (Mint, September 22nd)
  5. Agencies don’t know what sensitive data new IT systems collect on Americans, GAO report finds
    (Cyber Scoop, September 22nd)
  6. Microsoft executives say it’s ‘wrong’ for managers to spy on remote employees’ mouse clicks and keystrokes: ‘That’s measuring heat rather than outcome’
    (Business Insider Africa, September 22nd)
  7. Denver suburb won’t cough up millions in ransomware attack that closed city hall
    (The Denver Post, September 22nd)
  8. Stillman College secures $2.7million cyber security grant
    (WBRC, September 22nd)
  9. Customers’ personal data stolen as Optus suffers massive cyber-attack
    (The Guardian, September 22nd)
  10. Cylus and HaslerRail collaborate on railway cybersecurity solution
    (Railway Technology, September 22nd)



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