InfoSecSherpa’s News Roundup for Thursday, April 21, 2022

InfoSecSherpa: Your Guide Up a Mountain of Information!

1 min readApr 21, 2022


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  1. White House Official Urges Cyber Protection of Solar Energy
    (Government Technology, April 21st)
  2. Zoom adds new round of cyber security enhancements
    (Computer Weekly, April 21st)
  3. The ultra-Orthodox cyber division protecting Iron Dome
    (CTech, April 21st)
  4. Accredited consulting firms for cyber security services in Qatar
    (Consultancy Middle East, April 21st)
  5. How Fashion Management Will Help in Marketing Communications
    (Cyberockk, April 21st)
  6. Israeli sites under cyber attack by Iraqi hacker group ‘ALtahrea Team’
    (YNet News, April 20th)
  7. Major cryptography blunder in Java enables “psychic paper” forgeries
    (Ars Technica, April 20th)
  8. A $600,000 Reminder to Not Save Your Passwords on Post-It Notes
    (The SSL Store, April 20th)
  9. Snort Flaw Let Attacker to Trigger DoS Condition & Pass Malicious Traffic
    (Cyber Security News, April 21st)
  10. 3 African Countries Move to Promote Cyber-Security
    (All Africa, April 21st)

BONUS: Microsoft Security’s Afternoon Cyber Tea with Ann Johnson
Episode 50: A Librarian’s Guide to Cybersecurity with Tracy Z. Maleeff




#Librarian turned #InformationSecurity professional. Your guide up a mountain of information!