InfoSecSherpa’s News Roundup for Tuesday, January 18, 2022

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We’re almost through January already, can you believe it?
  1. Poland raises cybersecurity terror threat after Ukraine cyber attack
    (Reuters, January 18th)
  2. World Economic Forum urges firms to build resiliency against cyberattacks
    (IT World Canada, January 18th)
  3. IOC reacts to cybersecurity concern over Beijing My 2022 phone app
    (DW, January 18th)
  4. Winter Olympics: Athletes advised to use burner phones in Beijing
    (Kenya Broadcasting Corporation, January 18th)
  5. Nigeria’s new deal with Twitter is not a win for the government or citizens
    (TechCabal, January 18th)
  6. Active archiving boosts cybersecurity protection
    (Security Magazine, January 18th)
  7. Kuwait Approves Cyber Security Bill
    (The Arab Times, January 18th)
  8. FCC Wants Telco Data Breach Waiting Period Eliminated
    (SDX Central, January 18th)
  9. This VPN service used by cyber criminals to deliver ransomware has just been taken down by police
    (ZDNet, January 18th)
  10. Apple says proposed antitrust bills would make iPhone users the targets of ‘malware, ransomware, and scams’
    (9to5Mac, January 18th)
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