InfoSecSherpa’s News Roundup for Sunday, September 11, 2022

Jaffa, Israel. Image by avner nagar from Pixabay.
See #10 for a news item about Israel and GPS.
  1. Nigerian Navy train personnel on cyber-security, maritime safety
    (Vanguard Nigeria, September 11th)
  2. Cyber Chief: Ireland’s position in the world does not protect it from attacks by other countries
    (The Journal, September 10th)
  3. Privacy tops convenience in AI use
    (The Economic Times, September 11th)
  4. Ransomware uptick driving cyber price increases: Fitch
    (Intelligent Insurer, September 10th)
  5. Online terror is Israeli democracy’s most complex threat — Shin Bet chief
    (The Jerusalem Post, September 11th)
  6. Nigerian Communications Commission’s Computer Security Incident Response Team (NCC-CSIRT) warns against Google Chrome extensions Malware
    (The Guardian NG, September 11th)
  7. Bitcoin ATMs are spreading. They’re legal but can be tools for cyber crooks
    (Miami Herald/AOL, September 11th)
  8. Firmware bugs in many HP computer models left unfixed for over a year
    (Bleeping Computer, September 11th)
  9. Iranian APT42 Launched Over 30 Espionage Attacks Against Activists and Dissidents
    (The Hacker News, September 11th)
  10. It’s Not Just the Airport: GPS Jamming Is Affecting People All Over Israel
    (Haaretz, September 11th)
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