InfoSecSherpa’s News Roundup for Wednesday, July 6, 2022

See #4 for a new item about a popular hotel chain.
  1. Taking the Elf Off the Shelf: Why the U.S. Should Consider a Civilian Cyber Defense
    (Lawfare, July 6th)
  2. Endless cyber-threat pressure could leave security staff burnt out. Here’s what you need to change
    (ZDNet, July 6th)
  3. Data Governance: The key to Grid Modernization
    (Accenture, June 27th)
  4. Marriott confirms latest data breach, possibly exposing information on hotel guests, employees
    (CyberScoop, July 5th)
  5. Colleges Seek New Ways to Foster Cybersecurity Mentorship Programs
    (EdTech, June 10th)
  6. Cyber firm Group-IB to split Russian, international businesses
    (Reuters, July 6th)
  7. Apple Announces ‘Extreme’ Privacy Mode for Targets of Government Spyware
    (Motherboard Tech by Vice, July 6th)
  8. North Korean State-Sponsored Cyber Actors Use Maui Ransomware to Target the Healthcare and Public Health Sector
    (CISA, July 6th)
  9. Defence Academy hosts Capture the Flag challenge
    (UK Government, July 6th)
  10. Why Cyber Insurance Should Be in Comprehensive Insurance Portfolio
    (The National Law Review, July 5th)
The Diana Initiative​ is hosting a two-day conference committed to helping all those underrepresented in Information Security.
The Diana Initiative​ is hosting a two-day conference committed to helping all those underrepresented in Information Security.

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