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Cyber Security in Legacy Rolling Stock 

Virtual Workshop
Thursday 28th April 2022, 2.00-5.00 pm BST - Aired 


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Scenario

Increased awareness of the importance of rail cyber security, and new regulatory pressures, has led the rail industry to incorporate more comprehensive cyber security requirements in new rolling stock and system tenders. 

Rolling stock procurements historically did not specify explicit cyber security requirements or, if cyber security requirements were in place, they were at a level that would be deemed insufficient today.  The level of security engineering on legacy rolling stock remains weak, and their cyber risks are often still overlooked or misunderstood.

Agenda

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CHRISTOFFER NEESEN

Breaking the cyber security problem down: how to understand where focus should be given in large estates.

We will highlight the importance of frameworks for fleet prioritisation to enable short, medium and long-term cyber security strategies based on a clear understanding of their estate's cyber security risk, and enabling internal change control processes to focus on the more immediate issues without losing sight of providing protection to the estate as a whole.

Senior Manager OT Security, DB Regio AG

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MAX SCHUBERT

Pitfalls in the risk assessment process.

We will explore the common pitfalls in the risk assessment and penetration testing process that are not always apparent.

Managing Director, INCYDE

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DR RICHARD JAMES THOMAS

How maintenance in a semi-digitized environment can be a source of threats.

We will introduce an approach for secure maintenance operations that are capable of integration with legacy vehicles that will support the integrity and reliability of rail services, through addressing some of the causes of poorly managed digital maintenance that have led to operational problems.

Industrial Fellow in Data Integration and Cyber Security, Birmingham Centre for Railway Research and Education (BCRRE)

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ALEX COWAN

Strategies for securing legacy fleet and complying with new regulations.

We will discuss a defense in depth cyber security strategy, informed by new standards and technical specifications such as TS50701, that can be effectively implemented to reduce cyber risks and improve cyber security on legacy vehicles.

CEO & Founder, RAZORSECURE

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Marc Silverwood, Digital Trains System Manager,
Northern Rail

GeorgeCopeland Rolling Stock Procurement 2021 Speaker

George Copeland, Management Consultant, Marlborough LLP

FEATURED CASE STUDY PRESENTATION

Cyber security solutions implemented by Northern Trains, and in action today

We will learn how Northern Trains has implemented cyber security measures, including intrusion detection and security monitoring, to comply with NIS regulations. Marc Silverwood and George Copeland will guide us through the challenges, and learning opportunities, they have faced along their cyber journey.

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