InfoSecSherpa’s News Round Up for Saturday, October 2, 2021

  1. Alaska CIO refuses to release report on hack that disabled DHSS (paywall)
    (Fairbanks Daily News Miner, October 2nd)
  2. Cybersecurity: Quebec reaches “ethical hackers”
    (The Press Stories, October 2nd)
  3. US Agencies Awarded $311 Million in Cybersecurity, IT Funds
    (Bank Info Security, October 1st)
  4. Cybersecurity Breach Affects More Than 4 Million Neiman Marcus Customers
    (CBS DFW, October 1st)
  5. Russian IT Leader’s Treason Case Shows Cyber Impasse With U.S.
    (Bloomberg, October 2nd)
  6. Ukraine, Europe learning from Ghana’s expertise in cybersecurity awareness
    (Ghana Web, October 2nd)
  7. 4 Indonesian hackers arrested for almost USD 6mn int’l scam
    (New Kerala, October 2nd)
  8. James Bond’s “No Time to Die” is used to spread malware
    (The Clare People, October 1st)
  9. Hungary: EU delegation raises questions about spyware use
    (The Seattle Times, October 1st)
  10. Netflix sued by South Korean ISP after Squid Game fans swell traffic to ‘1.2Tbps’
    (The Register, October 1st)
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