Bluepurple Pulse: week ending September 11th
Note to self: don't leave it nine days before releases next time..
Welcome to the weekly highlights and analysis of the blueteamsec subreddit (and my wider reading). Not everything made it in this week due to the volume.
Operationally this week it all appears a little higher tempo than usual as you’ll see below from the reporting, whilst nothing specific appears to being driving it other than the general theme of global unpeace. Aside from that the UK is in mourning due to the death of Her Majesty.
In the high-level this week:
David Gonski calls for cyber risk defence to protect directors in Australia - this is a weak argument, basically says regulation scares good directors away.
EU to impose tough new rules on ‘internet of things’ product makers - only good news for the world when another market does this.
US Treasury Reissues Rules to Enforce Cyber Sanctions on Foreign Adversaries - due to volume organisations were confused - so this is intended to help.
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