InfoSecSherpa’s News Round Up for Monday, October 11, 2021

  1. Oregon Eye Specialists discloses data breach following employee email compromise
    (The Daily Swig, October 11th)
  2. Number of blocked malware attempts in Azerbaijan’s AzStateNet network increases
    (Trend News Agency, October 11th)
  3. South African Department of Justice contains ransomware attack
    (Defence Web, October 11th)
  4. The ‘human hacker’ helping employees spot cyber attacks
    Meet Jenny Radcliffe, a self-styled ‘human hacker’ who uses her skills to train staff how to stay safe online and recognise the warning signs of a cyber attack
    (Raconteur, October 11th)
  5. Cyber insurers hiking premiums, lowering coverage limits — report
    (Insurance Business Americas, October 11th)
  6. Women in Cyber: Protecting Indonesia’s citizens
    (GovInsider Asia, October 11th)
  7. Ethiopia Encounters 2,800 Cyber Attack Attempts
    (Walta Info, October 11th)
  8. Cyprus places sixth in European cyber security competition
    (Cyprus Mail, October 11th)
  9. Cybersecurity is a family affair at Lone Star College
    (Woodlands Online, October 11th)
  10. Finnish Government Defence Report concentrates on cybersecurity and the significance of Arctic areas
    (The Barent Observer, October 11th)
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