Bluepurple Pulse: week ending July 17th - Part Deux
Operation Disney Land was a success.
Welcome to the weekly highlights and analysis of the blueteamsec subreddit (and my wider reading).
You get a second edition for last week as I was on vacation for the latter half. In order to manage the volume and timeliness it warranted a second part.
In the high-level in the remainder of last week:
International Law and Cybersecurity Governance publication from a research seminar that gathered international law scholars in January 2022 - numerous topics covered and worth a read.
China published their ‘Data Exit Security Assessment Measures’ which will come into force on September 1 2022 - these are the measures which stem from "Measures for Security Assessment of Data Exports"
European Central Bank head targeted in hacking attempt - covered in various parts of the press.
Rep. Eshoo and Senator Wyden Urge FTC to Address Deceptive Data Practices by VPN Providers - who new claimed security benefits peddled by VPN providers so they can monetize the data might not actually be true.
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