In smart cities, Intelligent Public Transport (IPT) rely on IoT and cyber-physical systems to retrieve, process, and exchange data. These technologies bring improvements in the service and the quality of life of citizens. Intelligent public transport is defined as the usage of information and communication technologies (e.g. embedded computers, networks, SCADA systems, etc.) to operate and optimise a public transport system.
To further enhance its work in the area, ENISA launches this call for participation inviting experts in security of intelligent public transports in the context of smart cities. ENISA’s Transport Resilience and Security Expert Group (TRANSSEC) aims to gather experts in the domain of intelligent public transports.
Experts of the TRANSSEC group shall have expertise in one or several of the following domains:
- Operators and infrastructure owners of Intelligent Public Transports systems with an interest in cyber security
- Manufacturers or integrators of Intelligent Public Transports systems with a focus on cyber security
- Suppliers and developers of transport hardware and/or software with a focus on cyber security
- Associations and not-for-profit organisations involved in Intelligent Public Transports security
- Relevant authorities, academia, standardisation bodies and policy makers
The objective is to cover cybersecurity expertise for local public transport networks, including metro, buses, light rail and other modes of mass public transport found in Smart Cities.
For details please read the and apply through the
Related material recently published by ENISA:
- Security and Resilience of Intelligent transportation systems
- Cyber security for Smart Cities: An architecture model for public transport
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