InfoSecSherpa’s News Roundup for Friday, May 27, 2022

Portland, Oregon. Image by David Mark from Pixabay.
See news item #6 for something about Portland, Oregon.
  1. Interpol Arrests Leader of SilverTerrier Cybercrime Gang Behind BEC Attacks
    (The Hacker News, May 25th)
  2. BlackCat/ALPHV ransomware asks $5 million to unlock Austrian state
    (Bleeping Computer, May 27th)
  3. Department of Energy Presents Public Roadmap for Boosting Cybersecurity in Manufacturing Industry
    (Executive Government, May 27th)
  4. FBI warns of hackers selling credentials for U.S. college networks
    (Bleeping Computer, May 27th)
  5. Global Oil and Gas Companies Pledge on Cyber Resilience
    (SDX Central, May 26th)
  6. City of Portland launches investigation after $1.4M fraudulent transaction
    (KOIN, May 27th)
  7. Air Force chooses new leader for ISR, cyber effects
    (Fed Scoop, May 27th)
  8. Department of Health and Human Services commits to continuous monitoring, after information security found ‘not effective’
    (Fed Scoop, May 6th)
  9. Kentucky and Maryland Enact Insurance Data Security Laws
    (JDSupra/Sheppard Mullin Richter & Hampton LLP, May 27th)
  10. Smart farm technology open to attacks by hackers
    (DRG News, May 27th)
#CyberjutsuCon 3.0 will merge with the 9th Annual #CyberjutsuAwards on June 18 in the beautiful Maritime Conference Center in Linthicum, Maryland.
#CyberjutsuCon 3.0 will merge with the 9th Annual #CyberjutsuAwards on June 18 in the beautiful Maritime Conference Center in Linthicum, Maryland.

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