InfoSecSherpa’s News Roundup for Thursday, March 3, 2022

InfoSecSherpa: Your Guide Up a Mountain of Information!

Mar 4, 2022
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“Imagine all the people living life in peace. You may say I’m a dreamer. But I’m not the only one. I hope some day you’ll join us. And the world will be as one.” — John Lennon
  1. Maryland lawmakers working on bills aiming to tighten cybersecurity
    (WMAR, March 3rd)
  2. Cyberbit launches cyber readiness platform to test security team skills
    (VentureBeat, March 3rd)
  3. Iowa Districts Get STEM Grants for Cyber, Industrial Tech
    (Government Technology, March 3rd)
  4. Report: Nearly 75% of Infusion Pumps Affected by Severe Vulnerabilities
    (The Hacker News, March 3rd)
  5. Why Banks Should Be More Worried About Security
    (Semiconductor Engineering, March 3rd)
  6. Hacker targets Treasure NFTs
    (Bankless, March 3rd)
  7. U.S. Senate Passes Cybersecurity Bill to Strengthen Critical Infrastructure Security
    (The Hacker News, March 3rd)
  8. Nvidia hackers demand the outfit outsource its drivers
    (Fudzilla, March 3rd)
  9. Researchers Demonstrate New Side-Channel Attack on Homomorphic Encryption
    (The Hacker News, March 3rd)
  10. Passwords Aren’t Enough — Rethinking IoT Access with Public Key Cryptography
    (IoT for All, March 3rd)




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