InfoSecSherpa’s News Roundup for Tuesday, October 4, 2022

Port terminal. Image by Karsten Wachtmann from Pixabay.
See news item #5 for a cybersecurity issue with ports and terminals.
  1. United Kingdom given right to directly request data from American companies
    (The Record by Recorded Future, October 4th)
  2. Cheerscrypt ransomware linked to a Chinese hacking group
    (Bleeping Computer, October 4th)
  3. Big data trove dumped after LA Unified School District says no to ransomware crooks
    (Ars Technica, October 3rd)
  4. Calgary’s Next Economy: ENFOCOM helping keep corporate IT cyber secure
    (Livewire Calgary, October 4th)
  5. US Ports and Terminals Sustain Increased Cybersecurity Attacks
    (Cision PR Newswire, October 4th)
  6. Ronald McDonald House Charities Toronto’s Cyber-Resilience Protects Privacy of Families and Donors with Support from Kyndryl
    (Kyndryl, October 4th)
  7. CBI searches 105 locations under operation targeting cyber criminals
    (The Sissat Daily, October 4th)
  8. Whitby Mine Welcomes Seven Cyber Security Apprentices
    (This Is The Coast, October 4th)
  9. How to launch your cybersecurity career using LinkedIn Learning courses
    (Fortune Education, October 4th)
  10. Canadian man gets 20 years for ransomware scheme that targeted Tampa company
    (Tampa Bay Times, October 4th)
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