InfoSecSherpa’s News Roundup for Tuesday, May 17, 2022

Lesotho, Africa. Image by Herbert Bieser from Pixabay.
Lesotho, Africa. See news item #8!
  1. Ukraine supporters in Germany targeted with PowerShell RAT malware
    (Bleeping Computer, May 16th)
  2. How Pakistan Brought Cyberwar to Kashmir
    (The National Interest, May 17th)
  3. Coast Guard graduates first class of cyber majors
    (FCW, May 16th)
  4. Cyber attack on Costa Rica grows as more agencies hit, president says
    (Reuters, May 16th)
  5. Russia proposes new law to seize control over the assets of foreign companies
    (Pinsent Masons, May 17th)
  6. House OKs bills on federal cyber policies, tees up more
    (The Record by Recorded Future, May 17th)
  7. National Association of Attorneys General (NAAG) Launches Center on Cyber and Technology: A Potential Roadmap for Attorneys General and Companies Alike
    (Troutman Pepper, May 17th)
  8. Lesotho: National Assembly Approves Cyber-Crime Bill
    (All Africa, May 17th)
  9. European Union takes step towards tougher cybersecurity rules
    (Silicon Republic, May 17th)
  10. Syria’s cyber-crime law aims to breed fear
    (The Arab Weekly, May 17th)
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