Friday, September 23, 2022

Short Takes – 9-23-22

Pipeline Security, Visibility, and Detection at the OT Edge. blog post. Minimal self-advertising. Pull quote: “The threat landscape continues to evolve, now including issues such as Ransomware as a Service (RaaS) and increased mass scanning techniques, and new attacks are being developed every day. While OT networks may be more likely to be a victim of “splash damage” rather than a direct attack, the risks to critical infrastructure are not disputed. As a result of the increased threat and awareness of potential risks, organizations are looking for ways to improve their visibility and their defenses against these attacks.”

Unique Electronic Identification of Commercial Motor Vehicles. Federal Register ANPRM notice. Pull quote: “FMCSA requests public comment on whether the agency should amend the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations to require every commercial motor vehicle (CMV) operating in interstate commerce to be equipped with electronic identification (ID) technology capable of wirelessly communicating a unique ID number when queried by a Federal or State motor carrier safety enforcement personnel.”

If anyone is interested in following all of the global CERTs, CIRTs, SIRTs, CSIRTs, PSIRTs, NCSCs and ISACs - I made a list. A TWITTER list from @PatrickCMiller.

What will it take to recycle millions of worn-out EV batteries? article. Pull quote: ““Some of the largest companies in the world are buying as much recycled battery metals as available,” he says. “The challenge, right now, is really about who can scale up the quickest.””

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