InfoSecSherpa’s News Roundup for Wednesday, June 15, 2022

Fenway Park, Boston. Image by Paul Landry from Pixabay.
Fenway Park, Boston. See #10 for wicked awesome cybersecurity news.
  1. A tiny botnet launched the largest DDoS attack on record
    (ZDNet, June 15th)
  2. House Democrats propose major funding increase for CISA
    (The Record by Recorded Future, June 15th)
  3. Interpol seizes $50 million, arrests 2000 social engineers
    (Bleeping Computer, June 15th)
  4. Ransomware gang creates site for employees to search for their stolen data
    (Bleeping Computer, June 14th)
  5. Extortion gang ransoms Shoprite, largest supermarket chain in Africa
    (Bleeping Computer, June 15th)
  6. Ireland joins the Microsoft Government Security Program (GSP)
    (Government of Ireland, June 15th)
  7. New cyber security hub creates 30 jobs in Dundee
    (Insider UK, June 15th)
  8. Warning over scammers fleecing millions from Kiwis
    (1News, June 15th)
  9. Leesburg Moves to Protect Water Supply from Cyber Attack
    (Loudoun Now, June 15th)
  10. Red Sox knock cyber-attacks out of the park by renewing partnership in Acronis’ #TeamUp Program, supported by GreenPages
    (Major League Baseball, June 14th)
#CyberjutsuCon 3.0 will merge with the 9th Annual #CyberjutsuAwards on June 18 in the beautiful Maritime Conference Center in Linthicum, Maryland. Click the image to register for remote or in-person!
#CyberjutsuCon 3.0 will merge with the 9th Annual #CyberjutsuAwards on June 18 in the beautiful Maritime Conference Center in Linthicum, Maryland. Click the image to register for remote or in-person!

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