Cyber Senate hosts an authoritative specialty portfolio of high-quality cybersecurity events and digital projects addressing operational technology cybersecurity spanning transportation, manufacturing, energy, nuclear, healthcare, and the OEM product development lifecycle.
7th Annual Rail Cybersecurity UK and Europe 2022
Modern railway infrastructure must be protected from cyberattacks, but this is often overlooked or neglected in the rush to digital transformation. To stay competitive, businesses must adopt new technology, processes, and business models, all of which have the potential to generate tremendous shareholder value but also pose a security risk.
The rise in supply chain and ransomware assaults across vital infrastructure and manufacturing industries has demonstrated how susceptible our interconnected systems are, and the transportation industry is no different. How can we innovate in a safe manner? Transport and logistics are critical to the worldwide prosperity of global economies.
The Cyber Senate Rail Cybersecurity Summit, now in its seventh year, will provide a unique venue for cyber security professionals, product makers, and asset owners to better define how we interact, discuss best practices, and define our maturity in acting on intelligence.
Rail Cybersecurity USA 2022
The 2nd annual Rail Cybersecurity Summit USA will focus on the railways’ “Detect, Respond, and Recover” initiatives, the government’s new security directives, their impacts and implementation, the growing reliance on the “Internet of Rail,” our inherent vulnerabilities created in the design of these “systems of systems,” and how the sector can mitigate risk and respond appropriately.
Attendees will learn about how manufacturers are safeguarding rail stock by design (including locomotives and freight), standards and attack frameworks, IoT proliferation issues, predictive maintenance, and endpoint detection maturation.
Speakers will also delve deeper into topics like cloud monitoring, identifying critical assets and managing blind spots, the convergence of IT and OT, remote access security, potential impacts on safety, governance, supply chain, and ransomware, as well as how we can operationalize intelligence to mitigate threats and improve organizational efficiency.