5th Cyber Security for Transportation Industry

From smart or autonomous automobiles to next-gen GPS devices, the transportation industry is experiencing significant changes thanks to transformative transportation technologies and the Internet of Things (IoT). The transportation industry is vital to the economy and disruption to the system can have a significant socio-economic impact. While digital technologies have improved functionality and efficiency for transportation infrastructure, these cyber systems also bring increased risk.

That means that, overall, the transportation sector needs to improve its cybersecurity practice. It is important to understand the entire transport ecosystem, to identify security threats and to develop specific security measures to protect Transport from such threats & vulnerabilities. Robust cybersecurity is essential for the secure and continuous operation of transportation systems and the safety of the people and goods being moved.

5th Cyber Security for Transport Sector 2020 will gather Transport decision-makers & experts to brainstorm on latest cybersecurity breaches, challenges and updates for highly complex connected transportation sector. Participants will share best practices with their peers on risk mitigation and consolidating their cyber security corporate strategies in todays’ Industry 4.0 & Digitized climate.

Head of Cyber Security, MSC Cruises, Switzerland
Lead of Cyber Security R&D,DB Netz, Germany
Information Security Officer, Nederlandse Spoorwegen, The Netherlands
Principal Engineer, Network Rail, United Kingdom
Director Institute for Security and Safety, Brandenburg University of Applied Sciences, Germany
Founder & CEO, Muninn, Denmark
IT Security Manager, Swedavia Airports, Sweden
Sales Executive, SecureDevice, Denmark
Event Details
  • Start Date
    October 22, 2020 14:00
  • End Date
    October 23, 2020 17:00
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