InfoSecSherpa’s News Round Up for Thursday, December 23, 2021

  1. 2 Hacking Incidents Collectively Hit PHI of Nearly 750,000
    (Gov Info Security, December 23rd)
  2. New Jersey Settles with Cancer Center Over Business Email Compromise
    (The National Law Review, December 23rd)
  3. Microsoft informs customers of ‘NotLegit’ Azure bug
    (ZDNet, December 23rd)
  4. Sen. Marshall helps introduce legislation to ensure safety in facilities researching dangerous pathogens: National Biosecurity Improvement Act
    (WIBW, December 23rd)
  5. J-Sim Launches New Website to Provide Information and Resources on Computer Technology and Internet Security
    (Digital Journal, December 23rd)
  6. In Costa Rica — Supply Chain Computer Attacks are on the Rise
    (The Tico Times, December 23rd)
  7. What the U.S. Should Learn From U.K. Cyber Strategy
    (The Wall Street Journal, December 22nd)
  8. Capital One Settles Class-Action Cyber Lawsuit for $190 Million
    (Bloomberg, December 23rd)
  9. UK publishes ‘comprehensive’ cyber security strategy
    (Pinsent Masons, December 23rd)
  10. Nearly 30,000 New COVID Cases After Maryland Cyber Attack
    (Governing, December 22nd)
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