Cyber Security News

May 2022

31.

EU Plans to Police Child Abuse Raise Fresh Fears Over Encryption and Privacy Rights

32.

Email Security Vendors Score Billion-Dollar Valuations

33.

Chrome 101 Update Patches High-Severity Vulnerabilities

34.

SaaS App Vanity URLs Can Be Spoofed for Phishing, Social Engineering

35.

Ransomware Attack a Nail in the Coffin as Lincoln College Closes After 157 Years



36.

Healthcare Technology Provider Omnicell Discloses Ransomware Attack

37.

Critical Vulnerability Exploited to 'Destroy' BIG-IP Appliances

38.

Congress Needs to 'Shame' Cos. on Kids' Privacy, Rep Says

39.

Texas Man Gets 5 Years for Theft Of 38K PayPal Accounts

40.

Nerbian RAT Enjoys Using Covid-19 Phishing Lures


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41.

Pure to Offer On-prem Object Storage as Snowflake Data Source

42.

Data-sharing Service to Protect Public From Scams: Cyber UK 22

43.

Analysts Confirm Return Of REvil Ransomware Gang

44.

Nationwide Stops Thousands More Attempted Frauds with Strong Customer Authentication

45.

US, Allied Cyber Security Agencies, Advise Reviewing Contracts with Tech Vendors


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46.

Man Sentenced for Stealing From PayPal Accounts in Wire Fraud Scheme

47.

FDA Bill Includes Medical Device Security Requirements for Manufacturers

48.

A Hacker's View on the Cyber Security Executive Order: One Year Later

49.

Add CarPlay to Your Tesla with This Clever Hack

50.

Hackers Hit Web Hosting Provider Linked to Oregon Elections



51.

New Malware Samples Indicate Return Of REvil Ransomware

52.

Adobe Warns Of 'Critical' Security Flaws in Enterprise Products

53.

West Blames Russia for Satellite Hack Ahead Of Ukraine Invasion

54.

Spain's Spy Chief Sacked Over Phone Hacking Scandal

55.

Technical Details, IoCs Available for Actively Exploited BIG-IP Vulnerability



56.

7 Steps to Start Reducing Risk to Your Critical Infrastructure Quickly

57.

FTC Will Tackle Security, EdTech in Kids' Privacy Rule Review

58.

US, UK and EU Blame Russia for Pre-Invasion Satellite Hack

59.

BofA Seeks to End NJ Virus Benefit Recipient's Fraud Suit

60.

Appian Wins $2B Jury Verdict in Va. Trade Secrets Suit

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