Security news for November 19 2021: Canadian teen nabbed in $36.5M crypto heist
Here is your round-up of the most interesting cybersecurity headlines for the week of November 19, 2021:
U.S. banking regulators on Thursday finalized a rule that directs banks to report any major cybersecurity incidents to the government within 36 hours of discovery.
A Canadian teenager has been arrested for allegedly stealing $37 million worth of cryptocurrency ($46M Canadian) via a SIM swap scam, making it the largest virtual cash heist affecting a single person yet, according to police.
California Pizza Kitchen (CPK) has revealed a data breach that exposed the Social Security numbers of more than 100,000 current and former employees.
A hacking group dubbed Fail0verflow claims to have obtained the root encryption keys for PlayStation 5 (PS5). Possession of these keys is said to be the first step to unlock a gaming console that allows the installation of homebrew software.
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