Many thanks to everyone who gave feedback on issue length and curation. The general theme seemed to be that most of you don't mind a lengthy issue, as long as it's easy to skim through. And that it might be a good idea to have a separate section with "quick links that were interesting too". Going to give this some more thought.
Meanwhile, as a testament to our skimming skills, this week has given us 15 entries in the "breaches and leaks" section, goodness.
The rest of this issue is a minimal version I'm afraid. I took a few days off to go to a sort of crisis management training, and loved it. But I'm also exhausted :-) So I'll share interesting articles but without writing the summary myself, instead using the one that the news site itself presents.
Have a good one friends!
Breaches and leaks
- Sri Lankan government loses months of data following ransomware attack: link.
- Canadian Nurses Association confirms data theft after group dumps stolen info: link.
- MGM still responding to wide-ranging cyberattack as rumors run rampant: link.
- Caesars Entertainment confirms ransom payment, customer data theft: link.
- Nearly 15,000 accounts raided at automaker sites to harvest vehicle IDs, report says: link.
- Save the Children International hit with cyberattack, but says operations weren’t impacted: link.
- Airbus investigates data leak allegedly involving thousands of suppliers: link.
- Royal Dutch Football Association confirms it paid ransom for hacked employee data: link.
- Hackers steal $53 million worth of cryptocurrency from CoinEx: link.
- US-Canada water commission investigating cyberattack: link.
- Manchester police officers’ data stolen following ransomware attack on supplier: link.
- Upstate New York nonprofit hospitals still facing issues after LockBit ransomware attack: link.
- Dymocks Booksellers suffers data breach impacting 836k customers: link.
- Rollbar discloses data breach after hackers stole access tokens: link.
- Auckland transport authority hit by suspected ransomware attack: link.
Issues and fixes
- Microsoft Patch Tuesday fixes 2 zero-days, 59 flaws: link
- Adobe warns of critical Acrobat and Reader zero-day exploited in attacks: link.
- Google patches critical vulnerability which is exploited in the wild: link.
- Mozilla patches Firefox, Thunderbird against zero-day exploited in attacks: link.
- Apple backports BLASTPASS zero-day fix to older iPhones: link.