Attack Cases on Critical Infrastructure

Transportation and Logistics

We read a lot about “Cyber” attacks on many things today and since we are literally flooded with information, people ask themselves how and where these attacks are really relevant. There are many areas that are obvious and some not so much. One “not so obvious” area of critical infrastructure is Transportation. 

Transportation has many different areas like Aviation (which we are really informed about) and other areas like Rail (Trains) and also Maritime (Nautical or Ships).

We are starting to see examples of trains and train management systems getting compromised and we have created a standard use case template for that (which is also in our CyberVUE Technology and CyberINsight  Intelligence Platform).

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The later (Maritime or Nautical Transportation Sector) is not well known even though it provides over 90% of total shipping and transfer of goods in the global economy. Think about that for a second! We are one of the first Cyber Intelligence companies in the world that are actually registering and protecting various customers and people against supply chain security risks and also in this case Maritime and Nautical Risk registration using the newest technology. 

Here is a template we use for basic nautical transportation based attacks. 

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If you are interested in protecting your company’s supply chain or your national critical infrastructure then lets discuss today how we can help with our years of research, consulting, training and implementation of security systems and solutions. 

 

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