InfoSecSherpa’s News Roundup for Tuesday, May 10, 2022

Sawtooth Mountains in Idaho. See #9 for Idaho cybersecurity news item.
Sawtooth Mountains in Idaho. See #9 for Idaho cybersecurity news item.
  1. Office of the National Cyber Director Announces Senior Leadership
    (The White House, May 10th)
  2. Western powers blame Russia for Ukraine satellite hack
    (The Record, May 10th)
  3. Uber Ordered to Produce Records About 2016 Hack and Cover-Up
    (The Wall Street Journal, April 27th)
  4. UK govt releases free tool to check for email cybersecurity risks
    (Bleeping Computer, May 10th)
  5. Github’s 2FA Move Was Long Overdue
    (The New Stack, May 10th)
  6. Telspace Systems — Hackers for Hire focus on Africa
    (IT Web, May 10th)
  7. Cyber roundup: Feds put up $10M reward for Conti information
    (Health Care IT News, May 10th)
  8. German organization keen to invest in cyber security technology
    (Pakistan Today, May 10th)
  9. Idaho maps out cybersecurity strategy
    (GCN, May 9th)
  10. Quebec government to pay researchers for discovering vulnerabilities
    (IT World Canada, May 9th)

BONUS: Girl Security’s annual Global Essay Contest

CYBERJUTSU CON 3.0 and the 9th Annual Cyberjutsu Awards are here and in person!
CYBERJUTSU CON 3.0 and the 9th Annual Cyberjutsu Awards are here and in person!

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