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CENELEC TS 50701 – Rail Cyber Security

BLENDED LEARNING/ONLINE COURSE
12 Self-Paced Modules + 3 Live Interactive Sessions

17 January – 25 February 2022
1 August – 9 September 2022

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This course is based upon the new railway cyber security specific CENELEC standards, TS50701 and best practice from other OT and IT Cyber security standards such as ISO27001, IEC 624423 and the Australian Standard® AS 7770 Rail Cyber Security.

Key Learning Objectives

  • What is Cyber Security? – putting it into the context of railway and transportation
  • Identify the threats and vulnerabilities (such as cyber security, safety and availability)
  • Develop mitigation actions for threats and vulnerabilities and recovery from potential consequences
  • Cyber Security – What standards are available for dealing with threats
  • An understanding of how TS70101 can improve cyber security across the entire railway

About the Course

‘If it is not secure, it is unlikely to be safe’:
UK Department for Transport

The railway sector is facing a new challenge: the Network Information Security (NIS) regulations. According to a 2020 survey by the European Union Agency for Cybersecurity (ENISA), only 33% of rail operators of essential services (OES) have fully implemented defensive measures against cyber-attacks, as recommended by NIS regulations. This places their software under serious threat – not to mention their compliance with regulations.

When security breaches occur the ripple effect throughout an organisation can be vast, with implications that are both financial and personal. There may also be implications concerning system safety and resilience.

This course is an introduction to the major themes of cyber security and will start you on a journey to the creation of a secure rail operation. You will be able to communicate effectively, make informed trade-offs, assess risk, improve defences, and reduce vulnerabilities in your systems.

This course is based upon the new railway cyber security specific CENELEC standards, TS50701 and best practice from other OT and IT Cyber security standards such as ISO27001, IEC 624423 and the Australian Standard® AS 7770 Rail Cyber Security.

Our experts will answer questions and provide advice throughout the course via interactive live online sessions and the learning management system.

Who Will Benefit

This blended course is for railway business leaders, managers, railway inspectors, railway legislators, safety professionals, planners, Information Technology (IT) professionals, resilience specialists and railway engineers tasked with making decisions that could impact the cyber resilience of technical and organisational systems.

The course is focused more towards railway Operational technology (OT) however IT issues are also covered also in terms of their security risks and strategies from ISO27001. No prior knowledge is required of cyber security for this course

trainer

Howard Parkinson

Chartered Engineer

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Blended Learning 2022$2295+GST

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When you book 4 or more participants! Call us today on +61 (2) 9080 4395 or email training@informa.com.au to take advantage of the discount offer.

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Gain access to our Learning Management System (LMS) and view this course for free. Click the button below and provide your contact details and intended learning objectives you hope to achieve (individual training OR group customized training) and one of our team members will reach out to you to provide the free access.

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Modular In-house Training

We offer the opportunity to run these programs privately in-house to take advantage of the following benefits:

  • Modules can be released on dates that suit your working week
  • Interactive Live Trainer sessions can be scheduled on dates that suit your colleagues
  • We can brand our learning management platform to your company
  • Sensitive or specific information can be shared on the learning management platform for discussion
  • Receive detailed feedback reports & data to guide future development needs of colleagues
  • More cost-effective for 6+ attendees

Contact one of our Training Consultants at training@informa.com.au for more information.

Course Outline

MODULE 1
Introduction to Cyber Security in Railway Systems

  • Setting the Scene
  • Threat Landscape in the Railway Domain
  • Safety and Security
  • Terminology
  • Railway Cyber Security challenges
  • Risk Factors

MODULE 2
Cyber Security Incidents including:

  • Lodz Tram Cyber Attack
  • Stuxnet Cyber Attack
  • San Francisco Municipal Transportation Authority Ware Attack
  • Deutsche Bahn Ransom Ware Attack

MODULE 3
Cyber Security Standards and Schemes including:

IEC 62443 Series and ISO27001

MODULE 4
TS50701 and the Railway system

  • Introduction
  • Railway asset model
  • Railway physical architecture model
  • High-level railway zone model

MODULE 5
Cybersecurity within a railway application lifecycle

  • Railway application and product lifecycles
  • Activities, synchronization and deliverables
  • Cybersecurity context and cybersecurity management plan
  • Relationship between cybersecurity and essential functions
  • Cybersecurity assurance process

MODULE 6
System definition and initial risk assessment

  • Identification of the system under consideration
  • Initial risk assessment
  • Partitioning of the SuC
  • Output and documentation

MODULE 7
Detailed risk assessment

  • General aspects
  • Establishment of cybersecurity requirements
  • General guidance on risk assessment including setting Security Levels (SL)

MODULE 8
Cybersecurity requirements

  • Objectives
  • System security requirements
  • Apportionment of cybersecurity requirements

MODULE 9
Cybersecurity assurance and system acceptance for operation

  • Overview
  • Cybersecurity case
  • Cybersecurity verification
  • Cybersecurity validation
  • Cybersecurity system acceptance

MODULE 10
Operational, maintenance and disposal requirements

  • Vulnerability management
  • Security patch management

MODULE 11
TS50701 Appendices and Guidance (Informative)

MODULE 12
Conclusions and Test

Live Interactive Session:

28 January 2022
18:00 AEDT (28 January – 07:00 GMT)
11 February 2022
18:00 AEDT (11 February – 07:00 GMT)
18 February 2022
18:00 AEDT (18 February – 07:00 GMT)
12 August 2022
17:00 AEST (24 June – 07:00 GMT)
26 August 2022
17:00 AEST (8 July – 07:00 GMT)
9 September 2022
17:00 AEST (22 July – 07:00 GMT)

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17 Jan 2022

Blended Learning

01 Aug 2022

Blended Learning

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