InfoSecSherpa’s News Roundup for Monday, August 29, 2022

Library book shelves. Image by Ahmad Ardity from Pixabay.
See #8 for news about a library services vendor who was compromised.
  1. Deputy U.S. marshal accused in romance scams that bilked $2M from seniors
    (The Washington Post, August 10th)
  2. Continental repels cyberattack
    (Tyre Press, August 25th)
  3. My Journey to Data Science: Pragya Mishra of VMware
    (Analytics India Magazine, August 29th)
  4. Why the Twilio Breach Cuts So Deep
    (Wired, August 26th)
  5. US govt sues Kochava for selling sensitive geolocation data
    (Bleeping Computer, August 29th)
  6. Privacy bill triggers lobbying surge by data brokers
    (Politico, August 28th)
  7. State data privacy legislation: Takeaways from 2022 and what to expect in 2023
    (IAPP, August 23rd)
  8. Leading library services firm Baker & Taylor hit by ransomware
    (Bleeping Computer, August 29th)
  9. Indiana leads the nation in medical data breaches
    (Indianapolis Business Journal, August 29th)
  10. Nelnet Servicing, LLC Data Breach Leaks Social Security Numbers of 2.5 Million Student Loan Borrowers
    (Console and Associates, P.C. / JD Supra, August 29th)
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