InfoSecSherpa’s News Roundup for Sunday, March 13, 2022

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  1. Ubisoft changes employee passwords after “cyber security incident”
    (Graham Cluley, March 13th)
  2. Development Bank of the Philippines (DBP), Cybercrime Investigation and Coordinating Center (CICC) pact bolsters cyber resilience
    (The Manila Times, March 13th)
  3. Beware of Lapsus$ Ransomware Group Hiring Insiders from Top Technology Giants
    (Cyber Security News, March 13th)
  4. Millions of New Malware Strains Blitzed Enterprises in 2021
    (MSSP Alert, March 13th)
  5. How companies benefit from India’s lax data protection laws
    (Analytics India, March 13th)
  6. Abu Dhabi trains 58,000 health workers in cybersecurity
    (Gulf News, March 13th)
  7. Japan’s Denso hit by apparent cyberattack
    (The Globe & Mail, March 13th)
  8. How worried should we be about Russian cyberattacks?
    (Popular Science, March 13th)
  9. Fake Valorant cheats on YouTube infect you with RedLine stealer
    (Bleeping Computer, March 13th)
  10. Why Banks and NATO Are Worrying About a Future ‘Quantum Attack’
    (Bloomberg Opinion, March 13th)
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