InfoSecSherpa’s News Roundup for Thursday, June 30, 2022

Louisiana’s Old State Capitol. Image by Gretta Blankenship from Pixabay.
Louisiana’s Old State Capitol building. See item #5 about a cyber attack in Baton Rouge.
  1. OpenSea discloses data breach, warns users of phishing attacks
    (Bleeping Computer, June 30th)
  2. China lured graduate jobseekers into digital espionage
    (Financial Times, June 30th)
  3. Cyber attack crashes Tennessee’s unemployment site
    (WHNT, June 30th)
  4. Nigeria’s central bank mandates Other Financial Institutions to fully comply with cybersecurity guidelines
    (Nairametrics, June 30th)
  5. Baton Rouge (Louisiana) General responds to cyber attack
    (WAFB, June 29th)
  6. China Digital Campaign Used Social Media to Target Mining Firms: Report
    (Insurance Journal, June 30th)
  7. Israel plans ‘Cyber-Dome’ to defeat digital attacks from Iran and others
    (The Register, June 30th)
  8. Norway blames “pro-Russian group” for cyber attack
    (Reuters, June 29th)
  9. Shifting powers: Physical cyber risk in a changing geopolitical landscape
    (Lloyd’s of London, June 30th)
  10. As Cyber Threats Grow, Indonesia’s Data Protection Efforts Are Falling Short
    (The Diplomat, June 30th)
The Diana Initiative​ is hosting a two-day conference committed to helping all those underrepresented in Information Security.
The Diana Initiative​ is hosting a two-day conference committed to helping all those underrepresented in Information Security.

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