InfoSecSherpa’s News Roundup for Saturday, August 6, 2022

InfoSecSherpa: Your Guide Up a Mountain of Information!

2 min readAug 6, 2022


IMPORTANT NOTICE: Due to my participation in Hacker Summer Camp in Las Vegas, my newsletter will be paused until Monday, August 15th.

Fez, Morocco. Image by ricpucc from Pixabay.
See #8 about a cybersecurity news item that took place in Fez, Morocco.
  1. U.K. National Health Service Hit by Cyber Attack
    (Homeland Security Today, August 6th)
  2. Class Action Targets Experian Over Account Security
    (Krebs on Security, August 5th)
  3. Why Layer 8 Is Great
    (Dark Reading, July 25th)
  4. Are Threat Actors Intercepting Your OTPs? These Cyber Resources Might Be Helping Them
    (CircleID, August 5th)
  5. The Week in Ransomware — August 5th 2022 — A look at cyber insurance
    (Bleeping Computer, August 5th)
  6. Cyber Security Today, Week in Review for Friday, August 5, 2022
    (IT World Canada, August 5th)
  7. Philippines among least cybersecure in Asia, says study
    (Inquirer, August 6th)
  8. Algerian Hacker Attacks Website of Science University in Fez, Morocco
    (Morocco World News, August 5th)
  9. Slack resets passwords en masse after invite link vulnerability
    (Cybersecurity Dive, August 5th)
  10. Greece’s intelligence chief resigns amid spyware scandal
    (Star Tribune, August 5th)
I will be speaking at the following events in Las Vegas at this year’s Hacker Summer Camp.
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