Railway cybersecurity built to ensure safe and reliable transport of passengers and goods.
The Cervello platform applies proven, advanced analytics and AI to predict tomorrow’s cyber threats, reveal the unknown and improve network availability, with no application changes. It continuously monitors, analyzes and cross-correlates rail signalling and rolling stock components’ data, providing actionable guidance to handle diverse modes of attacks. The platform enables better control by helping anticipate cyber threats before they cause harm and take optimal defense measures for maximum benefit.
Track, identify and classify
all critical assets with
Deep vulnerability and risk assessments based on
Continuous monitoring and automated hunting of internal and external threats
Triggering insights and actionable guidance to gain optimal fleet control
Operational technology systems, especially in railway, are usually associated with ensuring safety. However, as we’ve seen through the latest string of railway cyber attacks, OT systems are now the ones putting railway operations at risk.
In order to ensure safe and reliable transport, and at the same time avoid operational disruption, railway organizations require a cybersecurity solution that is built specifically for the domain’s protocols, technologies, methodologies, and systems.
As railway organizations continue looking for ways to bolster their cybersecurity posture, building a railway cybersecurity operation center (CSOC) will be the natural progression. The process is sure to be challenging, but with the right strategy, technology, and culture, CISOs can build a successful CSOC that helps keep operations running smoothly and safely.
Rafael Advanced Defense Systems has signed an agreement with 12 leading Israeli cyber companies to protect critical assets.
Cervello Wins Cutting Edge in Railway Cybersecurity In 9th Annual Global InfoSec Awards at #RSAC 2021
“Reliability & visibility are key when interconnecting sophisticated systems.
We found them both in the Cervello Platform”
“Our clients and partners acknowledge that the only way to cyber protect railway signalling systems is to utilize railway-specific technologies that are developed by cybersecurity experts with proven rail experience and domain best practices.
This is exactly what we offer at Cervello.”