InfoSecSherpa’s News Roundup for Monday, January 17, 2022

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“Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter.”
― Martin Luther King Jr.
  1. Lithuania considers activating EU cyber force to help Ukraine after attack
    (The Baltic Times, January 17th)
  2. Cyber espionage campaign targets renewable energy companies
    (Bleeping Computer, January 17th)
  3. Same-origin violation vulnerability in Safari 15 could leak a user’s website history and identity
    (The Daily Swig, January 17th)
  4. Polish Senators Question Cyber Experts in Hacking Inquiry
    (U.S. News & World Report, January 17th)
  5. DHL Overtakes Microsoft as The Most Imitated Brand in Phishing
    (Tech Weez, January 17th)
  6. 10 cognitive biases that can derail cybersecurity programs
    (Security Magazine, January 17th)
  7. Ukraine blames Belarus for PC-wiping ‘ransomware’ that has no recovery method and nukes target boxen
    (The Register, January 17th)
  8. New platform addresses specific cyber threats
    (Technology Decisions, January 17th)
  9. Nigeria: Cyber Criminals Wreaking Havoc in Nigeria
    (All Africa/CAJ News, January 17th)
  10. This dangerous malware affects nearly all devices, and somehow remained undetected until now
    (TechRadar, January 17th)
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