InfoSecSherpa’s News Round Up for Wednesday, October 13, 2021

InfoSecSherpa: Your Guide Up a Mountain of Information!

  1. Verizon Visible customers targeted in a credential-stuffing attack
    (Silicon Angle, October 13th)
  2. Missouri teachers’ Social Security numbers at risk on state agency’s website
    (STL Today, October 13th)
  3. 7-Eleven disables facial image capture on customer feedback tablets
    (IT News Australia, October 14th)
  4. Incident Response to Cyberattacks Take Over Two Working Days, According to Latest Industry Survey
    (Business Wire, October 13th)
  5. Australia plans to seize crypto in ransomware crackdown
    (Coin Rivet, October 13th)
  6. Espionage Attackers Were Using Windows Zero Day Vulnerability CVE-2021–40449
    (Redmond, October 13th)
  7. Treasury Actions to Counter Ransomware
    (JD Supra / Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP, October 13th)
  8. Why enterprises are massively subcontracting cybersecurity work
    (Venture Beat, October 13th)
  9. Climate tech needs cybersecurity
    (Green Biz, October 13th)
  10. Northwestern Mutual’s Laura Deaner: Resist the urge to solve stuff fast
    (CSO Online, October 13th)
InfoSecSherpa: Your Guide Up a Mountain of Information!