Covering Your Tracks: A Guide to Cybersecurity for rail organizations

Trains are comprised of all sorts of digital components.

From engine controllers and cab signaling systems to video surveillance and passenger displays. These systems are becoming increasingly connected to one another and to networks outside the train, but they were never designed for the connected age.

Learn more about the cyber threat landscape facing the rail industry and how to protect rolling stock from cyber attacks in 2023 and beyond.

Key takeaways:

→ Differences between Informational Technology (IT) and Operational Technology (OT).

→ How cyber attacks can happen on rolling stock and the potential attack vectors.

→ What can be done to ensure the safety and security of passengers and freight.

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