How the ISF Supports You in Securing European Railway Infrastructure
The ISF is committed to continually support businesses to stay cyber resilient and the railway sector is no exception.
From our human-centred security research series, to our supply chain suite, we have something to support your needs as an organisation.
In November 2020, ENISA issued a review of the cyber maturity of European railway infrastructure, titled “Railway Cybersecurity: Security Measures in the Railway Transport Sector”. Noting that rail infrastructure falls within the remit of the EU Directive on security of network and information systems (NIS) the report highlights challenges in seven key areas, which are examined in the context of ISF research here.
This flyer provides guidance on industry issues such as the digital transformation of railway core business, the dependence on the supply chain for cybersecurity or simply a low cybersecurity awareness in the railway sector.
Digitisation in the railway sector offers many benefits to rail operations but introduces new risks that require urgent attention.Andy Jones
Discover how the ISF can help your organisation
Human-Centred Security: Positively influencing security behaviour
Understand the key factors that influence behaviour, and learn how to deliver impactful security education, training and awareness.
Continuous Supply Chain Assurance: Monitoring supplier security
Suppliers help to keep operations moving for all organisations, but this also brings information risk that you must keep a watchful eye on.