Germany

Workshop: Cyber Security for Tunnel and Traffic Control Centres

On March 10, 2016, the Federal Highway Research Institute (BASt) in Germany held a workshop on “Increasing IT Safety for Traffic and Tunnel Control Centres” in Bergisch Gladbach within the framework of the Cyber-Safe research programme. 40 experts from traffic and tunnel monitoring attended this workshop. The participants involved were tunnel operators, tunnel managers, IT specialists and safety officers.

 

Cyber-Safe Project

Transportation infrastructures assure the basic provision of the economy and society. As these infrastructures are increasingly monitored and controlled by IT systems,...

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Workshop: Cyber-Sicherheit von Tunnel- und Verkehrsleitzentralen

On March 10, 2016, the Federal Highway Research Institute (BASt) in Germany held a workshop on “Increasing IT Security for Traffic and Tunnel Control Centres” in Bergisch Gladbach within the...

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