Building a framework.
We combine rail operational best practices with cybersecurity state-of-the-art technology, forming a multi-level rail cybersecurity plan in a logic of Protect, Detect and Respond.
- Protect: install specific protection measures to prevent and discourage cyber-attacks.
- Detect: establish mechanisms to rapidly identify actual or suspected cyber-attacks.
- Respond: undertake appropriate action in response to confirmed security incidents to achieve business continuity or disaster recovery.
Resilience and recovery.
Identifying all the critical assets and components to be protected in a rail transport application is a lengthy process, and it is becoming ever more complex and costly to harden every system aspect against all types of cyber threat.
We adopt a smart and adaptive approach with the aim of improving system resilience – defined as a system’s ability to recover or regenerate its performance after a degradation caused by a successful cybersecurity attack.
Centre of excellence.
To give substance to our wide range of skills and expertise, we recently opened the Egis Cyber Master Security Operations Centre (SOC) in Mumbai, India, in association with our partner Cylus.
This new entity includes SOC facilities, unique and innovating technologies, and experts to provide tailored IT and OT network cybersecurity managed services to our rail customers worldwide.