InfoSecSherpa’s News Roundup for Monday, November 14, 2022

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1 min readNov 14, 2022
See #9 for a news item about Vanuatu.
  1. How North Korea became a mastermind of crypto cybercrime
    (Ars Technica, November 14th)
  2. Groups at risk for hate crimes can tap new cyber funds
    (GCN, November 14th)
  3. Suffolk County (New York) officials warned of cyber threats before ransomware attack
    (WSHU, November 14th)
  4. Newsdiary Online (Nigeria) suffers cyber attack again
    (Sundiata Post, November 14th)
  5. K-12 cyber maturity improving, but still lags behind other sectors
    (State Scoop, November 14th)
  6. Russian Hackers Claim Cyber Attack On FBI Website
    (Newsweek, November 14th)
  7. Bosnia and Herzegovina lost a lot of Time in the Process of establishing Cyber Security
    (Sarajevo Times, November 14th)
  8. Potential cyber threats to FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022
    (Intellligent CIO, November 14th)
  9. Australia called in to help after hackers shut down Vanuatu government systems
    (The Sydney Morning Herald, November 14th)
  10. Azerbaijan’s transformation into an IT hub: reality and prospects
    (The Jerusalem Post, November 14th)




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