InfoSecSherpa’s News Roundup for Sunday, April 3, 2022

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  1. Nordex hit by cyber security incident, shuts IT systems
    (Reuters, April 2nd)
  2. US Border Patrol is using an encrypted messaging app that automatically deletes messages and the National Archives is concerned: report
    (Business Insider, April 3rd)
  3. New Borat remote access malware is no laughing matter
    (Bleeping Computer, April 3rd)
  4. Hitting the Books: Raytheon, Yahoo Finance and the world’s first ‘cybersmear’ lawsuit
    (Engadget, April 3rd)
  5. Biden Admin May Roll Back Trump Policy on Military Cyber-Offensive Operations
    (PC Mag, April 2nd)
  6. DECODED — Did China Help Moscow Hack Ukraine & Share Critical Intelligence Before The Russian Invasion?
    (The EurAsian Times, April 3rd)
  7. Cybersecurity highlighted at Omaha’s annual Kernelcon
    (WOWT 6 News, April 2nd)
  8. Software glitch halts trains across the Netherlands
    (Federal News Network/Associated Press, April 3rd)
  9. May 1st is Around the Corner: Bank Computer-Security Incident Notification Requirements
    (The National Law Review, April 2nd)
  10. Vietnamese bank accounts targeted by hackers
    (Vietnam Net Global, April 3rd)
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