December 15th 2022
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‘Inclusion is a Hard Metric Because You Can’t Measure It’: Lynn Dohm Talks About Women in Cyber Security
Lynn Dohm is the Executive Director at Women in Cybersecurity (WiCyS), a not-for-profit organization that strives to encourage women into cybersecurity.  read more...
Nokoyawa Ransomware Claims to Hit Nexon Asia Pacific, Data Posted on Dark Web
Nokoyawa, a relatively new threat group believed to be connected to Hive, has targeted Nexon Asia Pacific, an information technology company headquartered in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.  read more...

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An Error Leads to Data Leak, 132,000 Telstra Subscribers at Risk
Telstra Chief financial officer and group executive Michael Ackland apologized in a company statement last Friday for an error that led to leaking customer data online.  read more...
27 and Counting: Devices from the House of Commons Reported Missing
Personal electronic devices from nearly 27 members of the parliament and the House of Commons of the United Kingdom parliament have reportedly been missing. read more...
Scammers Use FIFA World Cup 2022 As Bait To Score More Victims
Researchers at Cyble Research & Intelligence Labs (CRIL) found a trove of hacking campaigns aimed at football fans in this FIFA World Cup 2022.  read more...
New Crypto Mining Campaigns Target Linux Users, say Researchers
Using Go-based CHAOS malware in a cryptocurrency mining campaign, a new threat actor has been spotted in the wild. read more...
Fortinet Releases Security Update for Critical Vulnerability in FortiOS
A security update for a vulnerability in Fortinet was released on December 12, 2022.  read more...
LockBit 3.0 Ransomware Attacks California Department of Finance
In a recent cyberattack, the notorious LockBit 3.0 ransomware gang attacked the Department of Finance in California. read more...
Uber Data Breached, Again
Uber data is out again. This time, an incident at a third-party vendor caused it.  read more...
Indian Expat Outreach Mission Website Leaks Passport Data, Patch Issued
The Indian Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) has patched its expat relations portal that was leaking sensitive information, such as passport numbers.  read more...
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