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2020

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Lectern Session 1707

Keeping Our Nation’s Transportation Assets Secure from Cyber Attacks

Wednesday, January 15 10:15 AM- 12:00 PM ET
Lectern
C Douglass Couto, Center for Digital Government
Sponsored by:
Standing Committee on Critical Transportation Infrastructure Protection (Changed to Standing Committee on Critical Transportation Infrastructure Protection, AMR10, on 4/15/2020) (ABR10)

This session will examine what tools are available to assist transportation leaders in assessing, identifying and mitigating cybersecurity threats and attacks against critical transportation assets and systems.  As we automate and adopt to a world of sensors, big data, improved connectivity, digital cities, connected vehicles, and grater mobility there is an increasing risk from those who wish to play havoc with or totally disrupt our transportation systems. The good news is there are more tools and best practices being created to combat this growing threat. This session will discuss these tools, policies, and where to go for assistance before, during or after an attack.



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Title Presentation Number
Cybersecurity as Part of Our Planning Processes and Operations
Brian Kelley, Ohio Turnpike and Infrastructure Commission
P20-20928
Keeping Our Company and Our Customers Secure
Stephen Haag, HNTB Corporation
P20-21900
Mitigating the Cybersecurity Risks Associated with Deploying Connected Vehicles
Steve Sill, Federal Highway Administration (FHWA)
P20-21449
There’s Safety in the Clouds
Marty Provost, Infotech
P20-20929

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