3rd Cyber Security for Transport Sector 2018


Date: 24 – 25 September 2018
Venue: Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Description: With increase of digital disruption, automation, robotization and connected world, Transport sector is one of the topmost sectors impacted by Cyber threats. Governments are struggling to establish proper measures to deal with an ever-increasing receipt of daily threat alerts and data breaches caused by advanced malwares, zero-day exploits & persistent threats. As a result, transport operators are facing Advance persistent threats (APTs) from policies such as Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) & smart phones, inappropriate risk management, flawed processes, lack of security talent. These issues lead to insufficient level of preparedness; instigating easily penetrable systems in companies for those with nefarious aims. 3rd Cyber Security for Transport Sector 2018 will gather Transport decision-makers & relevant regulatory professionals to brainstorm on latest cyber security 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.

Speaker panel includes experts from:

  • NS Dutch Railways
  • Deutsche Bahn Infrastructure
  • Czech Airlines
  • Information Security Forum
  • ICS Security Solutions
  • DSV Freight & Logistics
  • Aeroports De Paris (ADP)
  • Munich Airport
  • ENISA (European Network and Information Security Agency)
  • Oxford Systems 

Topics to be addressed:

  • Cost effective digital security
  • Cyber Security governance for trains
  • IT & OT Security in numbers: how airports collaborate to address the security issues
  • Cyber security & resilience of Transport infrastructure in Europe
  • The implications of the NIS Directive
  • Cyber security – threats to airlines, trains, boats and planes – securing a connected world
  • Case-study on what happened in the companies and how it was handled (ex. Wannacry)
  • How to measure compliance & why is it essential
  • Incident handling: tips & traps
  • Dealing with Advance Persistent Threats (APTs)

Contact: David Schkade davids@prosperoevents.com