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This year's winners include a Twitter whistleblower, the head of CISA, a children's book author and at least one person namedropped in "Mr. Robot." China's surveillance state expands. And the national cyber director is on the defensive. This is CyberScoop for Oct. 17.

Announcing the 2022 CyberScoop 50 award winners

Today we are thrilled to announce the winners of the 2022 CyberScoop 50 Awards. This year, nominees represented a talented and accomplished group from all parts of the information security community, from relative newcomers just launching their careers to seasoned officials driving policy and strategy at all levels of government. It’s an impressive list, and the competition was tight. See all the winners.

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China's surveillance industrial complex

The Atlantic Council is out with a new paper that digs into how China's domestic surveillance market and "cyber capability ecosystem" operate. "For the Chinese government, investment in surveillance technologies advances both its ambitions of becoming a global technology leader as well as its means of domestic social control. These developments also foster further collaboration between state security actors and private tech firms." Read the report.

National cyber director defends 'tough' strategy

National Cyber Director Chris Inglis is expected to release the Biden administration’s first comprehensive national cybersecurity strategy in the coming days, a document that many expect will meet industry pushback as it could expand the government’s role in protecting the nation’s digital infrastructure. The Biden administration issued its national security strategy last Wednesday, clearing the way for the imminent release of Inglis’s document. The strategy will be the first since the Trump administration released its national cybersecurity strategy in 2018. Suzanne Smalley covers it.

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