InfoSecSherpa’s News Roundup for Thursday, April 28, 2022

Hawaii. Image by Bettina Nørgaard from Pixabay.
Who tried to hack Hawaii’s undersea cable? See #10!
  1. Intuit Sued After Hackers Stole Crypto from Customers
    (The Street, April 27th)
  2. Vietnam asks for EU’s stronger support in cyber security protection
    (Vietnam Plus, April 28th)
  3. Manufacturer sues JPMorgan after cyber criminals stole $272m
    (Computer Weekly, April 28th)
  4. French Data Protection Authority Fines Processor for Failing to Enter into Data Processing Agreement
    (JD Supra / Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe LLP, April 27th)
  5. DISA setting direction for Thunderdome cybersecurity initiative
    (Fed Scoop, April 27th)
  6. New cybersecurity guidelines issued by CERT-India
    (The Economic Times Telecom, April 28th)
  7. Fighting Fake EDRs With ‘Credit Ratings’ for Police
    (Krebs on Security, April 27th)
  8. OSINT Course: Searching the Arabic Web
    (I-Intelligence, April 28th)
  9. New options for removing your personally-identifiable information from Search
    (Google, April 27th)
  10. Who tried to hack Hawaii’s undersea cable?
    (The Record by Recorded Future, April 27th)
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