Infosec Reading List – March 2022

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On a monthly basis I will publish my reading recommendations which mainly focus on Information Security and Outdoor Sports.

All InfoSec Reading Lists can be found here.

Quotes from the Twitterverse

InfoSec

  • Lapsus$ found a spreadsheet of passwords as they breached Okta, documents show link
  • Leaked Details of the Lapsus$ Hack Make Okta’s Slow Response Look More Bizarrelink
  • A Closer Look at the LAPSUS$ Data Extortion Grouplink
  • 7 Pressing Cybersecurity Questions Boards Need to Asklink
  • Hackers Gaining Power of Subpoena Via Fake “Emergency Data Requests”link
  • The Workaday Life of the World’s Most Dangerous Ransomware Gang“The group even claimed to have an unnamed journalist on its payroll in April 2021, who would get a 5 percent cut by helping put pressure on victims to pay up.”link
  • PwC’s HSE hack post-incident report should be a corporate textbooklink
  • The Battle for the World’s Most Powerful Cyberweaponlink

Outdoor

  • Transcaucasian Trail – added to [todo] list – link
  • Wilderness, Solitude, and Creativity: Artist and Philosopher Rockwell Kent’s Century-Old Meditations on Art and Life During Seven Months on a Small Alaskan Islandlink

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