InfoSecSherpa’s News Roundup for Sunday, February 20, 2022

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Have a relaxing Sunday!
  1. Ghana’s efforts at tackling cyber-crime laudable
    (Ghana Web, February 20th)
  2. Wema Bank MD counsels accountants on cybersecurity, data protection
    (The Eagle Online Nigeria, February 20th)
  3. AirTags are being used to track people and cars. Here’s what is being done about it
    (GPB / NPR, February 19th)
  4. Anti-colonialism in the war on data sovereignty
    (Bol News, February 20th)
  5. Could That QR Code Actually Be a Phishing Attack?
    (Government Technology, February 20th)
  6. A Hacker Is Actively Stealing High-Value NFTs From OpenSea Users
    (Vice, February 19th)
  7. FinTech Scotland clamps down on cyber crime thanks to new partnership
    (The Scotsman, February 20th)
  8. ‘Yahoo Boys’ Must Be Brilliant, We Must Redirect Their Thinking Positively — Gov. Obaseki
    (GH Gossip, February 20th)
  9. Beware: New Kraken botnet easily fools Windows Defender and steals Crypto wallet data
    (Neowin, February 20th)
  10. As Ukraine tensions rise, UK organisations should protect themselves from cyber threats
    (The Telegraph, February 19th)
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