Risk Management: Helping the EU Railways Catch the Cybersecurity Train

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ENISA, the EU Agency for Cybersecurity, and ERA, the EU Agency for Railways, have joined forces to organise a virtual webinar today on cybersecurity for the railway sector.

While ERA is to present the state of play on cybersecurity in the sector, ENISA is to announce  the release of its report – Railway Cybersecurity – Good Practices in Cyber Risk Management for railway organisations.

Juhan Lepassaar, Executive Director of ENISA, is to present the report in his welcome remark. Josef Doppelbauer, Executive Director of ERA is to address closing remarks to conclude the event.

European railway undertakings (RUs) and infrastructure managers (IMs) need to address cyber risks in a systematic way as part of their risk management processes. This need has become even more urgent since the Network and Information Security (NIS) Directive came into force in 2016.

Objectives of the Railway Cybersecurity report

The purpose of the report is to provide European RUs and IMs with applicable methods and practical examples on how to assess and mitigate cyber

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