Rail Cybersecurity Summit London United Kingdom February 2020.


The proliferation and advancement of integrated operational technologies and the Internet of Things have enhanced operational efficiency, but paradoxically has increased the attack surface exponentially across the international transport sector. The impact of supply chain vulnerabilities, insecure IT systems and the challenge of securely converging IT and OT to deliver the promises of Industry 4.0 efficiencies, has increased the threat to security and safety. Fortunately, we have experienced a surge and shift in perception and culture among C-level executives driving digital transformation, who are far more invested today than they were five years ago in ensuring the design of a secure foundation across all of our engagements at the Cyber Senate, from water, nuclear, rail, maritime, chemical, aviation and manufacturing.

The Cyber Senate launched the Rail Cybersecurity Summit over five years ago, providing Train Operating Companies, Rolling Stock Companies, Government and global subject matter experts a unique and highly informative public and private information sharing opportunity. We have facilitated critical conversations that have helped foster the current resilience initiatives in the rail sector and are pleased to continue our work, we hope you will support us.

5th Annual

Rail Cybersecurity Summit

Millennium Gloucester Hotel
London United Kingdom
February 18th and 19th 2020

Media Partners include Infosec Magazine

Early Bird Registrations save up to %30 off before October 15th. Contact Gina at +44 (0)207 096 5081 or email marketing@cybersenate.com

The 2020 show will further address vulnerability management, patching policies in operational technology, threat detection, mitigation, asset inventory identification, ISA/IEC 62443, supply chain and third party risk, skills gap challenges, cyber risk assessments and security by design, level 0 and level 1 vulnerabilities, IoT Security, securing IT/OT convergence, cyber physical impacts on safety cases, maintaining interoperability, monitoring, secure product development lifecycle requirements, implementation guidance, establishing trust and information sharing tools, the role of insurance in cyber security, cyber preparedness, how rail agencies are improving regulatory framework and regional interpretations and examples of NIS implementations.

Our agenda will include asset owners, engineering, integrators and product suppliers. We are pleased to announce early contributions from Alstom, SNC Lavalin and CAF. The agenda is under development and will be announced shortly.

Sponsorship opportunities: Contact Marketing@cybersenate.com