InfoSecSherpa’s News Roundup for Thursday, October 13, 2022

InfoSecSherpa: Your Guide Up a Mountain of Information!

InfoSecSherpa
2 min readOct 13, 2022
Temple Square in Salt Lake City, Utah. Image by cjou3600 from Pixabay.
See #10 for a news item about a cybersecurity incident with an Latter-Day Saint church.
  1. The reason to ban TikTok has nothing to do with data security
    (CyberScoop, October 13th)
  2. Ugandan President Museveni signs four new bills into law
    (MBU, October 13th)
  3. Medibank Becomes Latest Target of Cyber Attack in Australia
    (Bloomberg Law, October 12th)
  4. See yourself in cyber — a call to action from CISA
    (U.S. Army, October 13th)
  5. Austria’s Kurz Sets Up Cyber Firm With Ex-NSO Chief
    (Barron’s, October 13th)
  6. Since the Optus data breach, Australia is desperate for cybersecurity professionals. You could become one without a university degree
    (Australian Broadcasting Corporation, October 12th)
  7. We ‘Go Phishing’ with Karen Worstell, Senior Cyber Strategist at VMware
    (Intelligent CIO, October 13th)
  8. French cyber-crime authority leverages ZachXBT’s research to apprehend NFT scammers
    (Crypto Slate, October 13th)
  9. Hyderabad: Four held for cyber attacking an IoT firm
    (The Siasat Daily, October 13th)
  10. A cyber attack breached some Latter-day Saint member data. Here’s what we know
    (Deseret News, October 13th)
The Cybersecurity Evangelist: Ep 22 — See Yourself in Cyber, the Cybersecurity Awareness Month 2022 Edition with Chris Foulon
The Cybersecurity Evangelist: Ep 22 — See Yourself in Cyber, the Cybersecurity Awareness Month 2022 Edition with Chris Foulon

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