InfoSecSherpa’s Weekly Transportation Cybersecurity News Round Up for Week Ending October 11, 2021

InfoSecSherpa: Your Guide Up a Mountain of Information!

  1. TSA to issue regulations to secure rail, aviation groups against cyber threats
    (The Hill, October 6th)
  2. Railroads say they don’t need cybersecurity mandates
    (The Washington Post, October 7th)
  3. A rising tide lifts all boats in maritime cybersecurity
    (CyberScoop, October 8th)
  4. Cruise Lines Up Cybersecurity to Prevent IT Breaches and Ransomware Attacks
    (Cruise Industry News, October 6th)
  5. Loose Lips: Everyday OPSEC Can Help Harden Your Ship’s Security
    (GCaptain, October 11th)
  6. Cybersecurity Agency Creates Guide to Autonomous Vehicle Security
    (Construction Equipment, October 8th)
  7. How the New Joint ISO/SAE Cybersecurity Standard Aims to Keep Hackers out of Your Car
    (Design News, October 11th)
  8. Transdev denies data stolen by ransomware group, connects leak to September attack on client
    (ZD Net, October 7th)
  9. Delta Launches New Facial Recognition Technology for Security Lines With TSA
    (Travel + Leisure, October 8th)
  10. Uber will now track your flight and wait for you at the airport
    (The Seattle Times, October 8th)

#Librarian turned #InformationSecurity professional. Your guide up a mountain of information!