InfoSecSherpa’s News Roundup for Sunday, October 29, 2023

InfoSecSherpa: Your Guide Up a Mountain of Information!

InfoSecSherpa
1 min readOct 29, 2023
Stanford University in Palo Alto, California. Image by Toshiharu Watanabe from Pixabay. https://pixabay.com/photos/stanford-university-campus-tower-3906631/
News Item #10: Ransomware group threatens to leak Stanford police data
  1. Boeing claimed by LockBit ransom gang
    (Cyber News, October 29th)
  2. Signal and Cyber Museum Society hosts donation breakfast
    (WJBF-TV, October 29th)
  3. Earn public trust by being cyber aware
    (Wyoming Business Report, October 29th)
  4. Iran’s Regime Moves to Bolster its Cyber Capabilities
    (Iran News Update, October 29th)
  5. United Arab Emirates issues security alert for Google Chrome and Apple system users
    (The National News, October 29th)
  6. France Agency ANSSI Warns of Russia-Linked APT28 Attacks on French Entities
    (Security Affairs, October 27th)
  7. Welsh govt offers free cyber security training for social care sector
    (Telecompaper, October 29th)
  8. Greater Manchester Council Faces Daily Cyber Attacks
    (Head Topics United Kingdom, October 29th)
  9. Colorado higher education officials lagged in notifying law enforcement, public about massive data breach
    (Denver Gazette, October 27th)
  10. Ransomware group threatens to leak Stanford police data
    (The Stanford Daily, October 28th)
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