InfoSecSherpa’s News Roundup for Thursday, May 5, 2022

Biblioteca Palafoxiana in Puebla, Mexico founded in 1646.
Biblioteca Palafoxiana in Puebla, Mexico founded in 1646.
  1. Cisco and F5 alert users to new critical vulnerabilities
    (Computing UK, May 5th)
  2. South Korea’s intelligence agency joins NATO’s cyber defense center as first in Asia
    (The Korea Herald, May 5th)
  3. Coding robot teaches K-12 students about cybersecurity
    (Security Magazine, May 4th)
  4. Thousands of Borrowers’ Data Exposed from ENCollect Debt Collection Service
    (The Hacker News, May 5th)
  5. Attorneys line up to take on healthcare breach lawsuits, amid hopes of substantial payouts
    (SC Media, May 4th)
  6. Uzbekistan legalises solar-powered crypto mining
    (Reuters, May 4th)
  7. Google, Apple, Microsoft make a new commitment for a “passwordless future”
    (ZDNet, May 5th)
  8. Boardrooms ‘lack understanding of cybersecurity’, government report finds
    (Public Technology, May 5th)
  9. VHD Ransomware Linked to North Korea’s Lazarus Group
    (Threatpost, May 5th)
  10. Universities can’t expect to grow cyber workforce with ‘antiquated methods’
    (Ed Scoop, May 4th)

Cinco de Mayo bonus: Mexico’s Scitum Telmex to help national guard tackle cybercrime
(Telecompaper, May 5th)

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