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Most Ransomware Victims Say They’d Pay Up Next Time

Nearly nine-in-10 business executives who have gone through a previous ransomware attack would pay a ransom if faced with such an attack again, according to a survey by Kaspersky. So reports Security.


U.S. Cybersecurity Agency Trumpets Defensive Advances  

A year after an executive order by President Joe Biden aimed at bolstering cybersecurity, federal cybersecurity officials have visited the Capitol to talk up the steps taken. So reports The Washington Post.


Cincinnati Reveals Breach of 2,000 City Workers’ Data  

Cincinnati city officials have disclosed the accidental exposure of personal data involving more than 2,000 current and former city workers. So reports The Cincinnati Enquirer.


Fewer CISOs Fear Big Cyberattack This Year, Survey Finds

A smaller share of chief information security officers indicated concerns about a major cyberattack, a survey commissioned by Proofpoint has found. So reports Cybersecurity Dive.


Texas Data Breach Affects 1.8 Million People, State Auditor Says  

A state audit has determined that 1.8 million Texas workers who filed compensation claims with the Texas Department of Insurance had their personal information exposed. So reports The Texas Tribune.


Health Startup MyNurse Shuts Down After Data Breach  

Chronic-care health startup MyNurse has announced that it is closing its doors just as it has notified patients about a data breach. So reports Becker’s Hospital Review.


Ikea Canada Data Breach Affects 95,000 Customers  

Ikea Canada has begun notifying 95,000 customers of a data breach affecting their personal information. So reports IT World Canada.


Few VC-funded Cybersecurity Startups Are Run By Women: Study  

Of 654 cybersecurity startups that raised more than $1 million in venture capital funding in 2020 and 2021, just 22 (3.3%) had women as their CEOs, a study by risk-based vulnerability management firm NopSec has found. So reports CPO Magazine.


Security Bosses Explore New Post-CISO Career Options  

The chief information security officer role is still pretty new among C-suite positions, and veteran security leaders say that some CISOs are beginning to seek out a fresh array of follow-up jobs. So reports CSO.


Microsoft Bulks Up Cybersecurity Offerings

Microsoft has rolled out three new products as part of its fast-growing cybersecurity business. So reports CNBC.


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