InfoSecSherpa’s News Roundup for Tuesday, June 28, 2022

Container ship. Image by dendoktoor from Pixabay.
See #8 for a news item about ships and cybersecurity.
  1. Japanese Man Lost a USB Drive With Entire City’s Personal Data After a Night Out
    (Vice, June 27th)
  2. Pro-China digital campaign targets mining firms — cybersecurity report
    (Reuters, June 28th)
  3. Marsh Launches Cyber Incident Management Service to Support UK, European Clients
    (Insurance Journal, June 28th)
  4. Cyber pirates prowling ship controls threaten another big shock
    (American Journal of Transportation, June 28th)
  5. Brutal Russian invasion of Ukraine has transformed cybersecurity — UK cyber chief
    (The Jerusalem Post, June 28th)
  6. New Security and Privacy Study Finds C-Suite Personal Devices Are Largely Unprotected, 1 Out of 4 Already Have Malware
    (CPO Magazine, June 28th)
  7. LockBit adds a bug bounty program in its revamped ransomware-as-a-service operation
    (Recorded Future, June 28th)
  8. Ships Eyeing Tech Upgrades Find Rising Risk of Cyber Attacks
    (Bloomberg, June 28th)
  9. Ready meal distributor Apetito restores ‘limited’ deliveries in UK following cyber-attack
    (The Daily Swig, June 28th)
  10. Atlantic Council’s Cyber 9/12 Strategy Challenge expands to Scotland
    (Atlantic Council, June 27th)
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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