• Transportation Research Board

      TRB 96th Annual Meeting

      January 8–12, 2017

    • Interactive Program

2017

Annual Meeting Event Detail

Session 557

Cyber Security and Resilience for the Internet of Moving Things

Tuesday 10:15 AM- 12:00 PM
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Lectern
Michael Dinning, Office of the Assistant Secretary for Research and Technology, presiding
Sponsored by:
Standing Committee on Critical Transportation Infrastructure Protection (ABR10)
Standing Committee on Information Systems and Technology (ABJ50)
Standing Committee on Intelligent Transportation Systems (AHB15)
Standing Committee on Aviation Security and Emergency Management (AV090)

As transportation becomes increasingly connected and automated, likely vulnerabilities and risks from cyber attacks and disruptions are increasing. Transportation systems are now part of the Internet of Moving Things and are critical to emerging smart cities. The session describes how to include cyber security and resilience in transportation system designs and programs, mechanisms for ensuring a shared response to cyber incidents, and strategies for cyber resilience in complex transportation systems and interdependent energy infrastructures.



 



Abstracts:

Title Presentation Number
Challenges to Ensuring Cyber Security and Resilience at a State DOT
Pete Rahn, Maryland Department of Transportation

 

P17-21101
Securing the Electric Vehicle Infrastructure and Protecting the Energy Sector
Kenneth Rohde, Idaho National Laboratory

 

P17-21104
DHS-Sponsored Research on Transportation Cyber Security
Dan Massey, PhD., U.S. Department of Homeland Security

 

P17-21106
Railroad Industry’s Approach to Cyber Security
Thomas Farmer, Association of American Railroads (AAR)

 

P17-21108