InfoSecSherpa’s News Roundup for Monday, July 25, 2022

Florence, Italy. Image by Andrea Spallanzani from Pixabay.
See #10 for intriguing cybersecurity news from Italy.
  1. Exclusive: White House cyber office taps Google exec
    (Axios, July 25th)
  2. Tamil Nadu cyber security on high alert as phishing attacks rise
    (Business Standard, July 25th)
  3. Your biggest cyber-crime threat has almost nothing to do with technology
    (ZDNet, July 24th)
  4. U.S. Cybersecurity Policy Has Changed Since the Colonial Pipeline Attack
    (Security Intelligence, July 25th)
  5. Most Common Ways Companies Become Vulnerable to Hacks
    (TechBullion, July 25th)
  6. The Lawfare Podcast: Adkins and Alperovitch Talk About the Cyber Safety Review Board and Log4j
    (Lawfare, July 25th)
  7. How the cyberwar between Iran and Israel has intensified
    (The Washington Post, July 25th)
  8. UK National Cyber Security Centre: Cyber Advisor
    New Cyber Advisor scheme will offer assured cyber security consultancy services to small and medium sized companies, helping them achieve a minimum standard of security.
    (NCSC, July 25th)
  9. Counterfeit Wine, Spirits, and Cheese
    (Recorded Future, July 14th)
  10. The ransomware group Lockbit claims to have stolen 78 GB of files from the Italian Revenue Agency (Agenzia delle Entrate).
    (Security Affairs, July 25th)
I will be speaking at the following events in Las Vegas at this year’s Hacker Summer Camp. Hope to see you there!
I will be speaking at the following events in Las Vegas at this year’s Hacker Summer Camp. Hope to see you there!

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