Transport infrastructure is not only threatened by decay. Cybersecurity is therefore essential.

Our economy cannot be successful without a functioning infrastructure. Last year in particular, acts of sabotage once again showed us how vulnerable critical energy supply and transport infrastructures in particular are. Protecting such infrastructures is therefore a top priority for the entire transport sector. But what needs to be done to ensure that all processes do not come to a standstill in the event of a cyber attack?

In his specialist article for the trade magazine “Deutsche Verkehrs Zeitung”, Prof. Dr.-Ing. habil. Lars Schnieder takes a closer look at the aspects of the current legal framework, implementation and the worst-case scenario. Schnieder also gives a short interview in which he once again discusses the risks and how to contain them.

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