InfoSecSherpa’s News Roundup for Tuesday, January 25, 2022

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“Success is no accident. It is hard work, perseverance, learning, studying, sacrifice and most of all, love of what you are doing or learning to do.”
– Pelé
  1. Canada’s foreign ministry hacked, services hit
    (Reuters, January 24th)
  2. The UK Government Launches Its First Ever Cyber Security Strategy
    (UK Cyber Security Council, January 25th)
  3. Ransomware hackers’ new tactic: Calling you directly
    (NBC News, January 25th)
  4. Risky business: measuring and managing reputational risk
    (Financier Worldwide, February 2022)
  5. PYMNTS Crypto Crime Series: In India Hacking Case, Bitcoin Trail Leads to Hamas
    (PYMTS Magazine, January 24th)
  6. Weak links in 5G wireless security could threaten the whole EU, auditors warn
    (Science Business, January 25th)
  7. Google Drive now warns you of suspicious phishing, malware docs
    (Bleeping Computer, January 25th)
  8. The Imminent Death And Rebirth Of Cyber Insurance
    (Forbes, January 25th)
  9. Kazakhstan Is the Latest Country to Shut Down the Internet; Here’s How
    (How Stuff Works, January 25th)
  10. Securities and Exchange Commission chair eyes tougher cyber rules to protect investors against hackers
    (CNBC, January 25th)
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