Cyber Security News

October 2022

1.

Govt to Add Safeguards to Telco Regulations to Protect Optus Breach Victims

2.

DVULN Uncovers Vulnerability Exposing Job Seeker Data

3.

DDLS Brings Offensive Security Training to ANZ

4.

Inside Dell Technologies' Zero Trust Approach

5.

SCADA Systems Involved in Many Breaches Suffered By US Ports, Terminals


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6.

SecurityWeek to Host 2022 ICS Cyber Security Conference October 24-27 in Atlanta

7.

Iranian Hackers Target Enterprise Android Users with New RatMilad Spyware

8.

Seattle Woman Gets Probation for Massive Capital One Hack

9.

Calif.'s Novel Privacy Moves May Dim Federal Law's Chances

10.

Papa John's Facing Class Suit Alleging Web Tracking


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11.

Goodwin, Latham Steer $410M Cyber Security Biz Investment

12.

Italian Supreme Court Calls for Prosecutors to Disclose Information on Sky ECC Hacking Operation

13.

Communication Breakdowns Hurt Otherwise Positive View Of Federal Ransomware Support: GAO

14.

LifeBridge Health Settles Healthcare Data Breach Lawsuit for $9.5M

15.

Critical Packagist Vulnerability Opened Door for PHP Supply Chain Attack


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16.

Baker McKenzie Brings on Data Leader From Taylor Wessing

17.

European Cyber Co. Infinigate Merging with Dubai's StarLink

18.

Russian's Insider Trading Hack Is Textbook Fraud, Feds Say

19.

Stoel Rives Boosts SF Privacy, Tech Bench with Ex-Roku Atty

20.

Tories to Replace GDPR



21.

Canadian National Sentenced in Connection with Ransomware Attacks Resulting in the Payment Of Tens Of Millions Of Dollars in Ransoms

22.

NIH Awards New Grant to US Organization at Center Of Covid-19 Lab Leak Controversy

23.

Mitigation for ProxyNotShell Exchange Vulnerabilities Easily Bypassed

24.

New Report Shows Significant Improvement in Consumer Cyber Hygiene

25.

Russia's Cyber War That Wasn't


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26.

Australian Government Slams Optus for Cyber Security Breach

27.

Mexico Continued to Use Spyware Against Activists: Report

28.

Optus Says ID Numbers Of 2.1 Million Compromised in Data Breach

29.

Warren's Report Says Zelle Scam Victims Left 'High and Dry'

30.

US, UK Deal to Speed Police Access to User Data Goes Live

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