With the new year already in full swing, it’s vital to understand what the rest of the year will bring. There has been a surge of high-profile cyberattacks in nearly every sector in the past 12 months, and likely this is set to continue for 2022. Cybersecurity is constantly evolving. We take a look back at the past year and look at threats that every CISO and C-Suite manager should be aware of.
Due to the fact that there are multiple layers of vulnerabilities in transportation IT -which can be far more harmful than a simple data breach at a commercial bank or retail business.
Of course, no organization is immune to breaches and cyber attacks, however, a security incident in the transportation sector could potentially cause not only serious financial loss but also may endanger public safety.
Unauthorized access to key transportation systems could result in serious consequences: expensive and chaotic downtime, as well as physical harm to the public.
There will always be those who try to exploit vulnerabilities in key transportation IT systems. Add to that the challenges of legacy systems, the failure to properly secure remote access, as well as a shortage of security professionals, all combine to create a perfect storm.
We’ll share our analysis, and perspectives including how a Zero Trust strategy can help in mitigating cyber threats.
So, what will you learn?
>What are the current threats facing the world.
>What can be done to mitigate cyber risk
>What are some of the operational and security challenges