InfoSecSherpa’s News Roundup for Sunday, May 15, 2022

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Turin, Italy. See article #10.
  1. Caribbean state of cyber security
    (Barbados Today, May
  2. Spanish Startup Secures Smart Grids from Cyberattacks
    (EE Times Europe, May 15th)
  3. Ministers refuse to release details of cyber attacks hitting Scottish public bodies once a month
    (The Scotsman, May 15th)
  4. New law makes reporting cyberattacks mandatory for some businesses
    (Crain’s Cleveland, May 15th)
  5. Parker-Hannifin Employee Data Breach Focus of California Class Action Investigation
    (Legal Scoops, May 14th)
  6. Hackers can now unlock, steal your vehicles, Nigerian Communications Commission warns
    (Nairametrics, May 15th)
  7. Managing Network Security on Your Plant Floor
    (Automation World, May 14th)
  8. Phishing attacks surge 450% as attackers exploit SEO
    (Technology Decisions, May 16th)
  9. Car hack attacks: It’s about data theft, not demolition
    (Venture Beat, May 15th)
  10. Italy prevents pro-Russian hacker attacks during Eurovision contest
    (Reuters, May 15th)
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