Today RazorSecure and Arriva Group presented a case study that was completed for Arriva Northern. This was at an event organised by TechUK highlighting the key challenges that transport operators and suppliers face under the EU’s new Network and Information Systems directive for critical infrastructure (NIS Directive). The NIS Directive is due to be implemented across Europe from the 9th May 2018.
Also presenting at the event were the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC), Department for Transport and Icomera.
Our CEO, Alex Cowan, presented the case study which shows how RazorSecure Delta was used to detect 30 incidents on-board the Arriva Northern trains during the case study period. These included misconfiguration, reconnaissance and insider activity.
The Arriva team discussed how RazorSecure worked with their team to identify possible risks on-board the trains and then integrated the RazorSecure Delta software to mitigation some of their key risks.
RazorSecure are working to help transport operators across rail and aviation meet their obligations under the NIS Directive. Our software can be deployed to cover the requirements under Security Monitoring and Automated Security Event Discovery requirements as published by NCSC. For more information on these click here.