ENISA Workshop on Cyber security for Public Transport in Smart Cities

The European Union Agency for Network and Information security (ENISA) is organising a one day conference focused on Cyber Security for Public Transport in Smart Cities.

October 08, 2015 from 09:00 to 16:30
DG MOVE, Rue Demot 28, Brussels, Belgium
Contact name
Dr. Cédric Lévy-Bencheton
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The concept of “Smart City” interconnects different operators and services in order to improve functionalities and the quality of life of citizens. For that purpose, Smart Cities rely on an Information and Communication Technology (ICT) architecture to retrieve, process and exchange data.

ENISA, the European Union Agency for Network and Information Security, is organising a workshop to validate its study on cyber security good practices to secure Intelligent Public Transport in Smart Cities. This study presents:

  • Good practices to secure data exchange between a Public Transport operator and other Stakeholders in Smart Cities
  • Good practices to secure the critical assets of public transports
  • Recommendation to enhance the status of cyber security for public transport in the future.

The purpose of this workshop is to present and validate these findings together with stakeholders from the sector (operators, manufacturers, municipalities, policy makers...) and to share their experiences.

The meeting will take place at the Directorate-General for Mobility and Transport (DG MOVE), Brussels, Belgium, on 8th October 2015. The workshop is hosted by DG MOVE.

Due to the limited amount of seats (~25 participants), users are strongly encouraged to register.
Free registration:

Participants will receive the draft deliverables before the workshop.

Target Audience:

  • Transport operators will be able to evaluate and validate good practices to secure data exchanges, operations, and procurements.
  • Municipalities and Smart Cities operators will be able to enhance their cyber security in relation to their strategical objectives and operational priorities.
  • Transport associations, Manufacturers and Solution Vendors, will have the possibility to exchange in order to harmonise cyber security for products and solutions.
  • Member States, policy makers, standardisation bodies and researchers will get an overview of the status of cyber security for Public Transport in Smart Cities and the future challenges


You can download the workshop's draft agenda from here.


Registration is closed.


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