Weekly Digest February 17 - February 21, 2020

Here are some interesting news items or blogs, which caught my eye this week.

Note that listing an item here is NOT EQUIVALENT to an endorsement. In many cases, cited items may be controversial and/or may require discussion or further research.
  • The Atlantic Council 9/12 Cyber Competition took place at the BT Tower in London, UK on February 17-18, 2020. More details HERE. CyberSeals team from the University of Oxford won the competition this year and received a paid internship with SAGE UK.

  • University of Alabama opens a new degree program in cyber security HERE and so does John Brown University HERE

  • Apparently GDPR allows hacking victims to uncover cyber attacks faster (at least that's what media tells us) HERE

  • The United States Air Force is offering students who failed to gain cyber security certification the first time a second chance HERE

  • A very interesting analysis by Bobby Singh on shared responsibility model for cyber security between business and IT HERE

  • Interesting summary of cyber security threats in healthcare HERE

  • Dan Swinhoe lists 12 bright "up and coming" cyber security startups of 2020 HERE

  • Brian Contos on cyber security in real life - see Part 1 HERE and Part 2 HERE

Thats all for this week! Have a great weekend!