The digitisation of future rail systems will provide greater levels of efficiency and optimisation, reduce carbon footprints and deliver greater value to asset owners, shareholders and passengers.
The rush to next generation infrastructure however is not with out its vulnerabilities. The proliferation of machine to machine sensors, the Internet of Things and the convergence of IT and Operation Technologies – two very different disciplines, has extended the attack surface dramatically for an industry historically isolated from modern day cyber threats.
Join the Cyber Senate on March 16th in London for an in-depth discussion on the current and future threat and how the rail industry is responding.
More information: http://9nl.org/railcyberinfosec