InfoSecSherpa’s News Roundup for Wednesday, March 30, 2022

InfoSecSherpa: Your Guide Up a Mountain of Information!

2 min readMar 30, 2022
Here is why March comes in like a lion and goes out like a lamb (usually). Image by David Mark from Pixabay.
“March comes in like a Lion and goes out like a Lamb”
  1. New Evidence that Biometric Data Systems Imperil Afghans
    (Human Rights Watch, March 30th)
  2. How Dubai’s virtual asset law could be a global model for cryptocurrency regulation
    (The National News, March 30th)
  3. Australia may not be able to fill Coalition’s 1,900 proposed cyber jobs
    (ZDNet, March 29th)
  4. Meta paid a GOP consulting firm to drag TikTok through the mud
    (Protocol, March 30th)
  5. Researchers Expose Mars Stealer Malware Campaign Using Google Ads to Spread
    (The Hacker News, March 30th)
  6. Is there too little oversight of private tech companies in the Russia-Ukraine conflict?
    (Brookings, March 30th)
  7. Opinion: Atlanta Nonprofit Helps Women Succeed in Tech
    (Government Technology, March 30th)
  8. Hackers disguised as police trick ISPs into handing over customer data
    (TechRadarPro, March 30th)
  9. More health info stolen in Newfoundland and Labrador cyberattack than government originally reported
    (CBC, March 30th)
  10. Viasat on Ukraine Outage: Hackers Used Misconfigured VPN to Gain Remote Access
    (PC Mag, March 30th)
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