InfoSecSherpa’s News Roundup for Saturday, April 23, 2022

InfoSecSherpa: Your Guide Up a Mountain of Information!

2 min readApr 23, 2022

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  1. Australia’s overheated property market has become a target for hackers — and they’re scamming millions
    (ABC News Australia, April 23rd)
  2. After a sale of a warship stamp went online, Ukraine’s post office was hacked
    (Bollyinside, April 23rd)
  3. Chinese agents use drones to spy on UK nuclear bases, defence chiefs warn
    (The Mirror UK, April 23rd)
  4. Italians fear cyberattacks, but many do not protect themselves
    (The Limited Times, April 22nd)
  5. Nevada nonprofit fighting cyber threats
    (News 3 LV, April 22nd)
  6. Kronos cyber attack sparks lawsuits against employers
    (Benefits Pro, April 22nd)
  7. Azerbaijan plans to strengthen electronic system resistance to cyber threats — Cybersecurity Association
    (AzerNews, April 23rd)
  8. ‘Cyber Hell’: Everything you should know about Korea’s infamous Nth chatroom case before Netflix doc release
    (NextShark/Yahoo! News, April 22nd)
  9. Visa takes a more aggressive stand on cybersecurity
    (SC Magazine, April 22nd)
  10. Cyberattack Causes Chaos in Costa Rica’s Government Systems
    (Time, April 22nd)
CYBERJUTSU CON 3.0 and the 9th Annual Cyberjutsu Awards — June 18th in Maryland & Online!
CYBERJUTSU CON 3.0 and the 9th Annual Cyberjutsu Awards — June 18th in Maryland & Online!




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