InfoSecSherpa’s Weekly Transportation Cybersecurity News Round Up for Week Ending September 29, 2021

InfoSecSherpa: Your Guide Up a Mountain of Information

  1. Cyberattack thwarted at Port Houston
    (Freight Waves/American Shipper, September 28th)
  2. Department of Transportation asking truckers for info on supply chain challenges
    (Overdrive Online, September 22nd)
  3. Nozomi Networks and Cervello have partnered to offer rail cybersecurity solutions
    (Railway Age, September 23rd)
  4. Amazon delivery staff ‘denied bonus’ pay by AI cameras misjudging their driving
    (The Register, September 27th)
  5. Indian transport sector: The shift towards digitalization
    (Dataquest, September 24th)
  6. Coast Guard looks to direct commissioning for cyber personnel
    (FCW, September 28th)
  7. How Using Dedicated Maritime IoT Connectivity Produces Cost Savings
    (Maritime Executive, September 27th)
  8. Sharp increase in aviation cyber attacks leaves air cargo vulnerable
    (The Loadstar, September 24th)
  9. Securing our airport, securing our passenger experience!
    (International Airport Review, September 27th)
  10. Teenager Discovers IRCTC Bug That Exposed Millions Of User Data; Helps IRCTC To Fix It
    (Trak India, September 23rd)

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