InfoSecSherpa’s News Roundup for Monday, August 23, 2021

  1. Nasty new malware targets Microsoft Exchange servers
    (Tech Radar Pro, August 23rd)
  2. Ransomware group solicits employees to target businesses
    (Insurance Business Magazine, August 23rd)
  3. Did hackers pull off a maritime ‘Colonial Pipeline 2.0’?
    (Freight Waves, August 23rd)
  4. Why automation is key to education’s cybersecurity problem
    (eSchool News, August 23rd)
  5. Singapore, US pledge deeper collaboration in cybersecurity
    (ZDNet, August 23rd)
  6. Hacker behind $600 million crypto heist returns final slice of stolen funds
    (CNBC, August 23rd)
  7. Researcher’s First Hack Was to Make Minesweeper Incredibly Easy to Beat
    (Vice, August 23rd)
  8. Hacking the computer with wirewraps and soldering irons: Just fix the issues as they come up, right?
    (The Register, August 23rd)
  9. Why phone scams are so difficult to tackle
    (BBC News, August 22nd)
  10. North Carolina state employee information mistakenly uploaded to internal website
    (The Coastland Times, August 22nd)
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