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With advances in digital solutions and innovative technology, our railways are operating more efficiently and safely, and improving the passenger experience. But with these advances comes the risk of cyber-threats.
Join this free webinar to hear from rail industry experts about how the rail sector is reacting to challenges around cyber-security.
During the webinar, experts will discuss:
Dr. Jesus Molina, Director of Industrial IoT, Waterfall Security Solutions Ltd.
Dimitra Liveri, Network and Information Security Expert, The European Union Agency for Cyber-Security (ENISA)
Dimitra has been working at ENISA since 2010 focusing on Critical Information Infrastructure protection. She has launched activities in the healthcare sector and coordinates activities under the transport sector. She is member of the team supporting the EU Member States with policy implementation such as the NIS Directive.
Marianthi Theocharidou, Network and Information Security Officer, The European Union Agency for Cyber-Security (ENISA)
Marianthi has experience in cyber-security, critical infrastructure protection and resilience, and risk management. She is currently working actively to assist Member States in the consistent implementation of the NIS Directive (NISD) and to support public and private stakeholders to enhance the security and resilience of their infrastructures and services.
This article first appeared on www.globalrailwayreview.com
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