InfoSecSherpa’s News Roundup for Tuesday, April 12, 2022

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2 min readApr 12, 2022
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  1. Smart Pen to Assess Children’s Handwriting in the Philippines
    (Open Gov Asia, April 12th)
  2. Australia considers following African countries in biometric SIM registration to curb crime
    (Biometric Update, April 11th)
  3. Police surveillance and facial recognition: Why data privacy is an imperative for communities of color
    (Brookings, April 12th)
  4. Russians switch to homegrown social media amid Ukraine crackdown
    (Thomson Reuters Foundation News, April 11th)
  5. Muslim group urges the FTC to rein in location-tracking industry
    (Protocol, April 12th)
  6. Purifying Water of Cybersecurity Threats
    (Security Boulevard, April 12th)
  7. Assured Information Security (AIS) brings awareness of vulnerabilities to transportation systems
    (Rome Sentinel, April 12th)
  8. 76% of IT decision-makers would turn off security for business performance
    (IT Brief Australia, April 12th)
  9. Mandatory cyber security incident reporting now in force
    (ITNews Australia, April 12th)
  10. Arizona Expands Regulator Data Breach Notification Obligations
    (JDSupra/Sheppard Mullin Richter & Hampton LLP, April 12th)
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