InfoSecSherpa’s News Roundup for Wednesday, June 1, 2022

June is Pride Month! Click the image for information about LGBTQ+ resources from the Library of Congress. Image by janeb13 from Pixabay.
June is Pride Month! Click the image for information about LGBTQ+ resources from the Library of Congress.
See news item #7, “Turkish-based airline leaves 6.5 TB of sensitive data exposed.”
See news item #7, “Turkish-based airline leaves 6.5 TB of sensitive data exposed.”
  1. Control Loop: The OT Cybersecurity Podcast
    (The CyberWire, June 1st)
  2. Ransomware Attack Disrupted SpiceJet’s Flight Operations Leaving Passengers Stranded
    (CPO Magazine, June 1st)
  3. Iran Plotted Cyberattack on Boston Children’s Hospital during Nuclear Talks
    (National Review, June 1st)
  4. Zhang lab takes on cyber-physical system hackers
    (Washington University in St. Louis, June 1st)
  5. Cyber insurance is no longer the answer; look to NIST 800–171 and CMMC 2.0 to mitigate cyber risk
    (Federal News Network, June 1st)
  6. 3 unintended consequences of well-intentioned cyber regulations
    (Property Casualty, June 1st)
  7. Turkish-based airline leaves 6.5 TB of sensitive data exposed
    (Cyber Security Hub, June 1st)
  8. Password-stealing malware attacks rise by 146.65% in Nigeria –Report
    (Punch, June 1st)
  9. Hackers Steal a ‘Very Large’ Batch of Private Data from Australia’s Disability Scheme
    (Motherboard/Tech by Vice, May 31st)
  10. President Cyril Ramaphosa email hack a huge danger to South Africa
    (My Broadband, June 1st)
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