InfoSecSherpa’s News Round Up for Tuesday, October 12, 2021

InfoSecSherpa: Your Guide Up a Mountain of Information!

  1. Microsoft says it mitigated the largest DDoS attack ever recorded
    (The Verge, October 12th)
  2. U.S. Property Insurers Could be Facing $12.5B in Hidden Cyber Losses
    (Insurance Journal, October 12th)
  3. Google removes ads that promote spyware, as it should
    (Stuff, October 12th)
  4. Huawei Cloud targeted by updated cryptomining malware
    (Bleeping Computer, October 11th)
  5. Hacker used malware to remove 69,000 patient files from New Mexico hospital’s IT network
    (Becker’s Health IT, October 11th)
  6. Ransomware forensics research reveals cybercrime tradecraft secrets
    (The Daily Swig, October 12th)
  7. Cyber criminals target “low-hanging fruit” in agribusiness
    (Insurance Business America, October 12th)
  8. Sri Lankan Cabinet approves to draft two bills on cyber security laws
    (DeviDiscourse, October 12th)
  9. Biden signs school cybersecurity act into law
    (ZDNet, October 12th)
  10. The search results for cyber security has increased over the years as people become more aware of its importance
    (Digital Information World, October 12th)

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