InfoSecSherpa’s News Roundup for Thursday, December 1, 2022

InfoSecSherpa: Your Guide Up a Mountain of Information!

Dec 2, 2022
Church in Korce, Albania. Image by Joep Wijsbek from Pixabay.
See #4 for a news item about Albania.
  1. UK broadens scope of cyber regulations to cover outsourced IT providers
    (Reuters, November 30th)
  2. Brooklyn Hospitals Decried for Silence on Cyber Incident
    (Bank Info Security, November 30th)
  3. The Underrated Elements of Cyber Resiliency
    (Computer World, December 1st)
  4. Albania Prosecutors Seek to Grill Five Officials Over Cyber-attacks
    (Balkan Insight, November 30th)
  5. Fraudsters using villagers’ data to open accounts for cyber crimes
    (Business Standard, November 30th)
  6. Cyber attack hits North East London Foundation Trust finance systems
    (Ilford Recorder, December 1st)
  7. Cyber housekeeping ‘stops most back door supply chain hacks’
    (Supply Chain, November 30th)
  8. Why are K-12 educational institutions reluctant to report cyber incidents?
    (Help Net Security, December 1st)
  9. Issues of maritime security take centre stage at Coastal Security Conference in Chennai
    (India Today, December 2nd)
  10. New ways we’re supporting Ukraine
    (Google, December 1st)




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