Cyber Security News

May 2022

1.

Hired 'Hackers' Try, and Fail, to Invade Brazil Vote System

2.

Hackers Can Make Siemens Building Automation Controllers 'Unavailable for Days'

3.

DevOcean Emerges From Stealth with Cloud-Native Security Operations Platform

4.

Critical Vulnerability Allows Remote Hacking Of Zyxel Firewalls

5.

Risks Of Web Scraping Loosen in Wake Of 9th Circ. Ruling



6.

SolarWinds Investors Say Board Duty Failures Enabled Breach

7.

Ga. Judge Consolidates Horizon Data Breach Class Cases

8.

Pro-competition Data Sharing Will Not Include Users' Personal Info, Says Minister

9.

Record Wi-Fi 6/6E Demand as Digital-first European Homes Make Wireless Indispensable

10.

Santander Has So Far Moved 80% Of IT Infrastructure to Cloud



11.

Dublin Datacenter Operators Warned Of Climate Change-related Coastal Flooding Risks

12.

Government Levelling Up Bill Promotes Open Data-based Digital Planning

13.

From Missed Opportunity to Unexpected Progress: the Cyber Security Executive Order

14.

Russia Had "Fourth Man" as Spy Inside the CIA, New Book Says

15.

UK Revamps Espionage Legislation to Tackle Modern Threats


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16.

Costa Rica Declares Emergency in Ongoing Cyber Attack

17.

Russia Pushes Law to Force Taxi Apps to Share Data with Spy Agency

18.

Size Of Early Stage Cyber Deals Continues to Surge

19.

Conn. Privacy Law Hikes Pressure on Congress to Set Rules

20.

Shopify Wants Crypto Holders' Suit Over Data Breach Paused



21.

Sonic's $5.7M Settlement Over Data Breach Gets Judge's OK

22.

First American Dodges Investors' Data Breach Suit, for Good

23.

COVID-19 Fraud Scheme Earns Mass. Woman 2 Years

24.

Leaked Email Claims Optionis Is Denying Responsibility for Incident: Parasol Data Breach

25.

App-based Starling Bank Doubles Its Cardiff Workforce


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26.

US Signs on to New Electronic Evidence Protocol in International Cyber Crime Agreement

27.

Nations Warn Of Cyber Threats to Managed Service Providers

28.

Iranian Cyber Spy Group Launching Ransomware Attacks Against US

29.

Prospect Of Russian Cyber War May Have Been 'Overhyped', Says UK Spy Chief

30.

Kao Data Debuts Datacenter Education Programme for Seven-to-11-year-olds

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