InfoSecSherpa’s News Roundup for Wednesday, July 27, 2022

Brain map. Image by Gerd Altmann from Pixabay.
See #7 for an interesting piece about cyber crime and brain health.
  1. European Cops Helped 1.5 Million People Decrypt Their Ransomwared Computers
    (Motherboard by Vice, July 26th)
  2. National Cybersecurity Center of Excellence (NCCoE) Releases Draft Project Description for DevSecOps
    (NIST, July 21st)
  3. The State of Data Security in 2022: The CISOs Perspective
    (Tripwire, July 25th)
  4. Wawa reaches settlement with D.C., Md. and Va. over 2019 data breach
    (Washington Business Journal, July 26th)
  5. Exploring Cyber Space: Cybersecurity Issues for Civil and Commercial Space Systems
    (U.S. House of Representatives, July 27th)
  6. Cyber AB launches voluntary CMMC assessment program for defense contractors
    (Fed Scoop, July 27th)
  7. Cybercriminal Exploitation of Cognitive Biases: A Brain Capital Perspective
    (Psychiatric Times, July 27th)
  8. Feds Double Reward for Tips on North Korean-Backed Actors
    (Bank Info Security, July 27th)
  9. 75% of Insider Cyber Attacks are the Work of Disgruntled Ex-Employees: Report
    (Information Week, July 27th)
  10. IBM’s Cost of a Data Breach Report finds invisible ‘cyber tax’
    (Venture Beat, July 26th)
I will be speaking at the following events in Las Vegas at this year’s Hacker Summer Camp. Hope to see you there!
I will be speaking at the following events in Las Vegas at this year’s Hacker Summer Camp. Hope to see you there!

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