InfoSecSherpa’s News Roundup for Thursday, August 12, 2021

  1. MoU signed on cyber security
    (Dhaka Tribune, August 12th)
    A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) has been signed between the Digital Security Agency, Bangladesh Computer Council and the Cyber Warfare and Information Technology Directorate under the Bangladesh Air Force for mutual cooperation in cyber security.
  2. Labor Department pumps $240 million into unemployment system to fight ‘terrifying’ fraud
    (CNBC, August 12th)
  3. Amazon reportedly wants to track its customer service employees by their keyboard strokes and mouse movements
    (Business Insider, August 12th)
  4. We cannot confirm info on cyber attack — Lithuanian FM
    (The Baltic Times, August 12th)
  5. Hacker dubbed ‘Mr White Hat’ to return entire stolen crypto fortune
    (Yahoo! News, August 12th)
  6. Google can take two months to remove malware apps from app store
    (New Scientist, August 12th)
  7. WhatsApp and other social media platforms restricted in Zambia amidst ongoing elections
    (Tech Crunch, August 12th)
  8. UK firms may buy Welsh computer chip maker if Chinese takeover fails
    (The Guardian, August 12th)
  9. A New Phishing Attack: Cyber Security Agency Warns Banking Customers In India
    (Outlook, August 12th)
  10. Idaho Gov. Little announces a new cybersecurity task force
    (KPVI, August 11th)
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