InfoSecSherpa’s News Roundup for Sunday, July 31, 2022

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See #8 for a coffee news item related to data privacy.
  1. 3 face charges after cyber crime operation in Mississippi
    (Magnolia State Live, July 31st)
  2. Kansas economy continues to boom as cyber companies move in
    (KZRG, July 30th)
  3. Paytm Mall refutes cyber breach report, says users’ data safe
    (Tech Circle, July 31st)
  4. North Korea-linked SharpTongue spies on email accounts with a malicious browser extension
    (Security Affairs, July 31st)
  5. Morocco Arrests French National Wanted In US For Cybercrime
    (Morocco World News, July 30th)
  6. The most common fraud schemes targeting consumers in South Africa right now
    (Business Tech, July 30th)
  7. CISA orders to patch an actively exploited flaw in Confluence servers
    (Security Affairs, July 30th)
  8. Tim Hortons offer free coffee and donut to settle data privacy invasion claims
    (The Register, July 30th)
  9. Over 50% of users in Egypt encountered phishing attempts during electronic payments: report
    (Egypt Independent, July 31st)
  10. Meet Courtney Davis Curtis, RIMS’s Risk Manager of the Year
    (Risk & Insurance, July 31st)
I will be speaking at these events in Las Vegas at this year’s Hacker Summer Camp!
I will be speaking at these events in Las Vegas at this year’s Hacker Summer Camp!

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