Cyber Senate Podcast

Achieving IEC 62443-3-3 Security Level 3 for Rail Automation Systems

December 13, 2019 James Nesbitt / Cyber Senate Season 1
Cyber Senate Podcast
Achieving IEC 62443-3-3 Security Level 3 for Rail Automation Systems
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Cyber Senate Podcast
Achieving IEC 62443-3-3 Security Level 3 for Rail Automation Systems
Dec 13, 2019 Season 1
James Nesbitt / Cyber Senate

The Cyber Senate interviews Markus Alexander Wischy Hernandez, Head of R&D IT Security at Siemens Mobility, about their forthcoming presentation for the 5th annual Rail Cyber Security Summit in London February 18/19th 2020. The presentation is entitled "Achieving IEC 62443-3-3 Security Level 3 for Rail Automation Systems." 

The talk will focus on the strategy achieving IEC 62443-3-3 Security Level 3 compliance for a country-wide, fully digitalized rail automation system. Topics are the current status of standardization, the required central security services and outlook for the protocols required to achieve interoperability. Additionally, the application of this strategy in a large rail-automation infrastructure project is presented at the conference.

This topic would bring together various points:

·         Technical security systems and communication protocols

·         Standardization, also aiming at the work that is currently done within Shift2Rail IT-Sec Working Group and an overall move of the sector to IEC 62443 compliance.


Markus Alexander Wischy Hernandez Siemens Mobility

For more information visit www.railcybersecurity.com 

Show Notes

The Cyber Senate interviews Markus Alexander Wischy Hernandez, Head of R&D IT Security at Siemens Mobility, about their forthcoming presentation for the 5th annual Rail Cyber Security Summit in London February 18/19th 2020. The presentation is entitled "Achieving IEC 62443-3-3 Security Level 3 for Rail Automation Systems." 

The talk will focus on the strategy achieving IEC 62443-3-3 Security Level 3 compliance for a country-wide, fully digitalized rail automation system. Topics are the current status of standardization, the required central security services and outlook for the protocols required to achieve interoperability. Additionally, the application of this strategy in a large rail-automation infrastructure project is presented at the conference.

This topic would bring together various points:

·         Technical security systems and communication protocols

·         Standardization, also aiming at the work that is currently done within Shift2Rail IT-Sec Working Group and an overall move of the sector to IEC 62443 compliance.


Markus Alexander Wischy Hernandez Siemens Mobility

For more information visit www.railcybersecurity.com