Their cross-platform will provide a consolidated overview and analysis of cyber events for rail operators.
ST Engineering invested in cybersecurity firm Radiflow, an announcement revealed. Following this, the firms will partner to address cybersecurity risks and to battle against focused attacks hitting critical information infrastructure.
Through the deal, the Israel-based Radiflow will allow ST Engineering to access their detection and prevention tools. The two will merge ST Engineering Electronic’s Command, Control, and Communications (C3) and Radiflow’s rail supervisory control and data acquisition (SCADA).
“The combining of these two technologies has resulted in the development of the region’s first end-to-end cybersecurity solution for the rail transport industry,” the firms said in a joint statement.
The cross-platform is expected to allow global rail operators to have a consolidated overview and analysis of cyber events and a stronger way to differentiate between genuine Industrial Control Systems (ICS) failure and cyber attacks.
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