InfoSecSherpa’s News Roundup for Wednesday, January 26, 2022

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“Perseverance is a great element of success. If you only knock long enough and loud enough at the gate, you are sure to wake up somebody.” — Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
  1. Black Hat Hackers, Keyless & Remote Hacking on Automakers Report
    (Auto Connected Car News, January 26th)
  2. Canadian officials take down dark web marketplace, issue $300,000 in fines
    (ZDNet, January 26th)
  3. Data privacy laws will increasingly dominate business worldwide
    (IT Wire, January 27th)
  4. Myanmar junta using draft law to conduct searches for VPNs
    (Radio Free Asia, January 26th)
  5. Android malware can factory-reset phones after draining bank accounts
    (Ars Technica, January 26th)
  6. Human Rights Watch says Lebanese staffer targeted with NSO spyware
    (YNet, January 26th)
  7. New Zealanders hit hard by trackers according to new Norton research
    (Security Brief New Zealand, January 26th)
  8. Ransomware Payments: How Pennsylvania Legislation May Impact MSSPs, MSPs
    (MSSP Alert, January 26th)
  9. New Jersey strengthens cybersecurity regulations for water systems
    (Security InfoWatch, January 26th)
  10. Cyber Security Today, Jan, 26, 2022 — Data Privacy week reminder, corporate Instagram accounts held for ransom, and more
    (IT World Canada, January 26th)
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