InfoSecSherpa’s News Roundup for Sunday, April 17, 2022

Dyed Easter eggs. Image by Wokandapix from Pixabay.
Hoppy Easter to those observing the holiday today!
  1. Risk of cyber attacks rises following Ukraine invasion
    (El Pais, April 16th)
  2. Rideau Hall cyberbreach was ‘sophisticated’ incident, internal documents show
    (Global News, April 17th)
  3. Scripps notifies ‘newly identified’ patients impacted by cyberattack
    (ABC10 San Diego, April 16th)
  4. New disinformation law will be soon announced, Turkish official says
    (Daily Sabah, April 17th)
  5. Eastern African Countries Agree to Work Together on Security Issue
    (Satenaw, April 17th)
  6. China Installs 3 Mobile Towers Near Indian Territory, Ladakh Councillor Raises Concern
    (Republic World, April 17th)
  7. Telcos to strengthen fight vs cybercrime amid veto
    (Malaya Business Insight, April 18th)
  8. QR code menus are sticking around at Michigan restaurants. Here’s how to scan safely.
    (Michigan Live, April 17th)
  9. Beanstalk Hacker Steals $76M in Flash Loan Exploit
    (Crypto Briefing, April 17th)
  10. The owner of Currency.com spoke about a large-scale DDoS attack on the exchange
    (The Times Hub, April 17th)
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