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

Providence, Rhode Island. Image by Mohan Nannapaneni from Pixabay.
See #10 for a cyber attack news item about Providence, Rhode Island.
  1. Albania closes down online gov’t systems after cyber attack
    (Xinhua/BigNewsNetwork, July 18th)
  2. Report reveals viruses that most infect cell phones in Brazil
    (PlayCrazyGame, July 17th)
  3. Cybersecurity: Preparing for the jobs of tomorrow
    (ToulEco, July 17th — in French)
  4. Stc Bahrain, the first telecom operator in Bahrain to offer seamless cloud-based cybersecurity protection for SMEs
    (Zawya, July 17th)
  5. Federal Investigative Agency Pakistan plans to counter cyber-attacks on banking system growing at scary pace
    (The News International, July 17th)
  6. First United announces new Chief Information Security Officer Joseph Greene
    (North Texas e-News, July 17th)
  7. Critical Alliance [book review]
    (Military Press, July 16th)
  8. TikTok says it would ‘never’ share Australian data with China’s government. Experts aren’t so sure.
    (SBS News, July 17th)
  9. Email scams are getting so personal they even fool cybersecurity experts
    (Cambridgeshire Live, July 17th)
  10. Rhode Island sewer-system operator hit by cyber attack
    (The Providence Journal, July 16th)
Back for the 6th year,​ The Diana Initiative​ is hosting a two-day diversity-driven conference committed to helping all underrepresented genders, sexualities, races and cultures in Information Security. The Diana Initiative features multiple speaker tracks, fully expanded villages with hands-on workshops, and a women-led Capture the Flag event.
Back for the 6th year,​ The Diana Initiative​ is hosting a two-day diversity-driven conference committed to helping all underrepresented genders, sexualities, races and cultures in Information Security. The Diana Initiative features multiple speaker tracks, fully expanded villages with hands-on workshops, and a women-led Capture the Flag event.

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