InfoSecSherpa’s Transportation Cybersecurity News Roundup for February 8, 2022

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Transportation Cybersecurity News from January 9, 2022 through February 8, 2022.
  1. Space race needs better cybersecurity
    (The Hill, January 13th)
  2. Dept. of Transportation: Wisconsin DMV issues smishing alert
    (WisPolitics, February 7th)
  3. Fleets Can Take Steps to Reduce Risk of Cybersecurity Threats
    (Transport Topics, February 1st)
  4. Port of LA announces new workforce training center, cybersecurity system
    (Spectrum News 1, January 20th)
  5. Filings buzz in the railway industry: 59% increase in cybersecurity mentions in Q3 of 2021
    (Railway Technology, January 24th)
  6. L.A. Metro Introduces Public Wi-Fi Security App for Riders
    (Government Technology, January 12th)
  7. New $5 million cybersecurity hub plugs into Port San Antonio
    (Culture Map San Antonio, February 1st)
  8. European oil port terminals hit by cyberattack
    (France 24, February 3rd)
  9. Ransomware Attack on Aviation Services Firm Swissport Leads to Flight Delays
    (Security Week, February 7th)
  10. Iceland’s bus system suffers cyber attack
    (Icenews, January 14th)
Transportation Cybersecurity News Roundup!



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