InfoSecSherpa’s News Roundup for Friday, January 14, 2022

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  1. Federal Banking Regulators Issue 36-Hour Cybersecurity Breach Notification Requirement
    (The National Law Review, January 13th)
  2. Team USA Advises Athletes Heading to Beijing Olympics to Leave Their Phones at Home
    (The Wall Street Journal, January 14th)
  3. Iranian Intel Cyber Suite of Malware Uses Open-Source Tools
    (Homeland Security Today, January 14th)
  4. Russia says REvil gang arrested, infrastructure ‘liquidated’
    (IT World Canada, January 14th)
  5. Cyber attack in Albuquerque latest to target public schools
    (Columbian, January 14th)
  6. In 2021, cloud apps were the most common vector for malware.
    (Ceng News, January 14th)
  7. $400 million worth of crypto stolen to fund North Korean weapons of mass destruction, says report
    (Windows Central, January 14th)
  8. Texas parking payment problems now include scammy QR codes
    (Digital Trends, January 13th)
  9. 3rd-party flaws allowed a teen hacker to track location of Tesla cars
    (Hack Read, January 14th)
  10. New national authentication service and digital identity announced for Finland
    (Biometric Update, January 14th)
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