1. For too long transport has suffered from under investment, disjointed responsibility and a traditional view of safety and security. It is now waking up to the need for cyber defence, both for its critical support systems and its operational technology. We concentrate on protecting against mechanical failure and mitigating human error, ignoring the well-resourced, highly motivated cyber adversary at our peril. Whether political or just criminal hackers target Britain’s transport arteries. Business systems are under attack from Ransomware with critical infrastructure vulnerable to advanced persistent threats. Defence of transport, until today, has relied on tactical solutions, sticking plaster remedies and short- term campaigns of security awareness. SASE supporting Zero Trust Architecture can bring a holistic strategy to transport defence capability.
In the following days I will expand on my thoughts on SASE and ZTA
See here for Day 2: https://transportcyber.com/who-is-targeting-transport/