InfoSecSherpa’s News Roundup for Friday, July 1, 2022

InfoSecSherpa: Your Guide Up a Mountain of Information!

Special Canada Day Edition!

  1. Cyber Security Today, July 1, 2022 — Cruise line hit with US$5 million fine over data breaches, an FBI warning to HR departments over deepfake videos, and more
    (IT World Canada, July 1st)
  2. Cybersecurity in a connected world
    (The Globe and Mail, June 30th)
  3. Ex-government IT worker collaborated with Russian cybergang
    (Computing, July 1st)
  4. Global data protection authorities release guidance:
    Help for businesses and individuals to protect against cyber-attacks that exploit password re-use

    (Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada, June 30th)
  5. Canada Electricity Security Policy
    (International Energy Agency, June 30th)
  6. Canada’s electronic spy agency waging ‘long-term’ campaign against cyber criminals
    (Global News, June 28th)
  7. Canadian NetWalker ransomware defendant agrees to plead guilty in US court
    (Cyber Scoop, June 28th)
  8. ‘Vital systems’ cybersecurity law’ will expand information sharing, protect organizations: lawyer
    (Canadian Lawyer, June 28th)
  9. Pro-China Agents Posed as Activists to Protest US, Canada Mines
    (Bloomberg, June 28th)
  10. Spotlight on Canada’s approach to managing third party risk in the finance sector
    (JDSupra/NCC Group, June 29th)



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