InfoSecSherpa’s News Roundup for Tuesday, March 8, 2022

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  1. Costa Rica switches to biometric passports, Nigeria opens new production center
    (Biometric Update, March 7th)
  2. Proposed State Privacy Law Update: March 7, 2022
    (JD Supra / Husch Blackwell LLP, March 8th)
  3. Kenya develops maritime security strategy to protect its waters
    (The Star Kenya, March 8th)
  4. Florida House signs off on online security training bill
    (Florida Politics, March 8th)
  5. African Lessons in Cyber Strategy
    (African Center for Strategic Studies, March 8th)
  6. Passwords saved on Google Chrome are not safe from cyber attacks
    (Digital Information World, March 8th)
  7. Airport Authority Hong Kong warns public to beware of imposter website
    (International Airport Review, March 8th)
  8. Statement by Deputy National Security Advisor for Cyber and Emerging Technology Anne Neuberger on President Biden’s Cyber Executive Order
    (The White House, March 8th)
  9. Cyber crash in Orange City DMV office
    (The West Volusia Beacon, March 8th)
  10. State of IoT and OT security in the Middle East
    (Sectrio, March 8th)



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