InfoSecSherpa’s News Roundup for Wednesday, June 22, 2022

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See #10 for a news item about ransomware and a Japanese automotive part maker.
  1. Demystifying Cyber: Raenesia Jones Pays It Forward to Young Black Girls
    (Ms. Magazine, June 22nd)
  2. Who Is Legally Responsible for a Cyber Incident?
    (Security Intelligence, June 20th)
  3. Comstar Ambulance Billing Service Cyber Attack and Data Breach
    (LegalScoops, June 21st)
  4. ‘Stronger front door’ required to rebuff cyber HEAT attacks
    (E & T, June 22nd)
  5. After a Wire Transfer, That’s Not Your Money Anymore
    (JDSupra/Dickinson, Mackaman, Tyler & Hagen, P.C., June 22nd)
  6. Meet Karen Reinhardt: Cybersecurity Engineer at The Home Depot
    (All Together SWE, June 22nd)
  7. Defending Ukraine: Early Lessons from the Cyber War
    (Microsoft, June 22nd)
  8. Cyber Funding, Plentiful for Years, Faces a Reckoning
    (The Wall Street Journal, June 22nd)
  9. CISA Plans to Hire Chief People Officer to Boost Cyber Workforce
    (Nextgov, June 21st)
  10. Nichirin faces cyber attack forcing to shut down production
    (InfoTechLead, June 22nd)
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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