InfoSecSherpa’s News Round Up for Saturday, September 18, 2021

InfoSecSherpa: Your Guide Up a Mountain of Information!

  1. Tennessee Public Department’s computer systems suffer ransomware attack
    (The Hindu Business Line, September 18th)
  2. Do Menu QR Codes Pose a Risk to Your Privacy?
    (Make Use Of, September 18th)
  3. Man Gets 12 Years for Planting Malware on AT&T Systems to Unlock Phones
    (PC Magazine, September 17th)
  4. Morocco’s Mohamed Benhammou Named President of the African Cyber Security Federation
    (Morocco World News, September 18th)
  5. Cyber Security Today, Week in Review for Sept. 17, 2021
    (IT World Canada, September 17th)
  6. City of Mount Vernon Government Stops Attempted Cyber Attack-Hack
    (Yonkers Times, September 17th)
  7. Savannah River National Laboratory Joins Georgia Cyber Center
    (Government Technology, September 17th)
  8. Natural Gas Pipelines ‘Not at the Forefront’ of Cybersecurity, Experts Warn
    (Natural Gas Intelligence, September 18th)
  9. Ignoring Cybersecurity In M&A Could Be A Multi-Million-Dollar Mistake
    (Smart Business Dealmakers, September 17th)
  10. Data Privacy + Cybersecurity Insider — September 2021 #2
    (JD Supra / Robinson & Cole LLP, September 17th)
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