InfoSecSherpa’s News Round Up for Monday, September 20, 2021

InfoSecSherpa: Your Guide Up a Mountain of Information!

  1. Glitch in EventBuilder put 100,000 users’ personal data at risk
    (IT Web South Africa, September 20th)
  2. Pakistan: First national cybersecurity policy to be fully implemented by June 2022
    (Tech Juice, September 20th)
  3. Australia: Victoria launches $50 million cyber strategy
    (IT Pro UK, September 20th)
  4. Europol links Italian Mafia to million-dollar phishing scheme
    (Bleeping Computer, September 20th)
  5. A Wildly Popular App for Churches Is Now an Antivax Hotbed
    (Mother Jones, September 20th)
  6. Diving into lawmakers’ data breach liability quandary
    (Politico, September 20th)
  7. Kali Linux 2021.3 released with new tools
    (The Register, September 20th)
  8. Republican Governors Association email server breached by state hackers
    (Bleeping Computer, September 20th)
  9. Smart grids could soften the blow of cyberattacks, but make them more common
    (Emerging Tech Brew, September 20th)
  10. Mirai Botnet starts exploiting OMIGOD security flaw
    (Security Magazine, September 20th)

#Librarian turned #InformationSecurity professional. Your guide up a mountain of information!