InfoSecSherpa’s News Roundup for Saturday, April 9, 2022

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  1. Your digital footprints could help hackers infiltrate computer networks
    (The Next Web, April 9th)
  2. Canadian government and industry need to enact a Zero Trust cybersecurity strategy
    (Toronto Star, April 9th)
  3. New Android banking malware remotely takes control of your device
    (Bleeping Computer, April 9th)
  4. New London’s Coast Guard Academy places third in national cybersecurity war game
    (CT Insider, April 9th)
  5. India Meteorological Department’s Twitter account hacked
    (Newsroom Post, April 9th)
  6. Accounts deceivable: Email scam costliest type of cybercrime
    (Associated Press, April 9th)
  7. Cyprus hackers sought for cyber security competition
    (Cyprus Mail, April 9th)
  8. U.S. Steps Up Cybersecurity Push: SEC Proposes New Rules While State Department Establishes Cyberspace Bureau
    (Venafi, April 8th)
  9. Google bans Muslim prayer apps containing data harvesting software
    (The Siasat Daily, April 9th)
  10. What counts as ‘malware’? AWS clarifies its definition
    (VentureBeat, April 8th)
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