Sunday, May 15, 2022

This Week's Reading 5/15/2022 #infosec #cybersecurity

 Work Stuff

Pentagon’s China Warning Prompts Calls to Vet U.S. Funding of Startups

Cisco warns of premature DIMM failures

Beautiful Basics - Series

The stakes 'could not be any higher': CISA chief talks about the tech challenges ahead

Google Created 'Open-Source Maintenance Crew' to Help Secure Critical Projects

A year later, Biden’s cybersecurity executive order driving positive change

NIST Cybersecurity Framework update comments highlight a gamut of needed changes

Utility industry continues to deny that control system cyber incidents are occurring

The Texas electric grid can barely keep the lights on

6 top network security threats and how to beat them

ICS Patch Tuesday: Siemens, Schneider Electric Address 43 Vulnerabilities

What to Patch Now: Actively Exploited Windows Zero-Day Threatens Domain Controllers

CISA Temporarily Removes CVE-2022-26925 from Known Exploited Vulnerability Catalog

May's Patch Tuesday updates make urgent patching a must

Training on understanding, protecting, and securing Industrial Control Systems (ICS) from cyber-attacks.


Non - Work Stuff

Bitcoin falls to 10-month low as stock markets tumble

Satoshi-Era Bitcoin Wallet Awakens with BTC in It Worth 62x in USD

Layoffs and a Silicon Valley Sell-Off Create Shaky Low-Valued 'Unicorn Zombies'

Uber CEO Tells Staff Company Will Cut Down on Costs, Treat Hiring as a 'Privilege'

The End of Industrial Society

It Began as an AI-Fueled Dungeon Game. It Got Much Darker

Cybersecurity has a desperate skills crisis. Rural America could have the answer

Texas law that allows users to sue social networks for censorship is now in effect

The EU Commission is planning automatic CSAM scanning of your private communication – or total surveillance in the name of child protection.

Hawley introduces bill to strip 'woke' Disney of special copyright protections

Cracking the Code: Sneakers at 30

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