InfoSecSherpa’s News Roundup for Tuesday, May 3, 2022

Stock market computer images. Image by Lorenzo Cafaro from Pixabay.
  1. Unpatched DNS bug affects millions of routers and IoT devices
    (Bleeping Computer, May 3rd)
  2. Thomson Reuters to review contracts, including for database used to track immigrants
    (The Washington Post, April 29th)
  3. New US Breach Reporting Rules for Banks Take Effect May 1
    (GovInfoSecurity, April 29th)
  4. Chinese cyber-espionage group Moshen Dragon targets Asian telcos
    (Bleeping Computer, May 2nd)
  5. U.S. DoD tricked into paying $23.5 million to phishing actor
    (Bleeping Computer, May 2nd)
  6. Girlguides will learn to code to bring more women into tech
    (Computing UK, May 3rd)
  7. Jason Fickett to lead national cyber strategy at Booz Allen
    (Security Magazine, May 3rd)
  8. Rental car company Sixt confirms cyber attack, leaves scores of UK customers in the dark
    (ITPro, May 3rd)
  9. A stealthy new espionage group is targeting corporate mergers and acquisitions
    (Tech Crunch, May 3rd)
  10. Kansas City, Kansas Remains Relatively Silent on Cyber Attack
    (Government Technology, May 2nd)
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