Solving internal and external cybersecurity issues and addressing threats to any major IT installation requires experience and expertise. This is particularly true for transportation systems, often comprising complex networks, high volumes of real-time data, and large numbers of embedded devices. Kaspersky Lab offers a range of transportation security solutions covering all aspects of IT security, from ticket machines and operator terminals to back office systems and large-scale datacentres.
Securing every endpoint, from those that interact with the public (self-service ticket machines, mobile kiosks, terminals etc) to back-office workstations and industrial systems (such as embedded Automatic Train Control), reduces your attack surface.
Agentless and light-agent protection for virtualized servers and desktops, orchestrated centrally, is just part of our security offering for cloud-based transportation data centres.
A secure operating system, providing an integrated protection platform for systems using large numbers of embedded devices, such as vehicle ECUs, enables a ground-up development approach to security.
A multi-layered endpoint protection platform, based on Next Gen cybersecurity technologies that include:
A more holistic approach to building the secure connected, and soon the driverless, car, based on:
Proven infrastructure security for networks, servers and endpoints, with unified visibility, management and orchestration, including:
Professional help is available whenever you need it. Operating in more than 200 countries, from 34 offices worldwide, we have you covered 24/7/365. Take advantage of our Premium support packages, or call on our Professional Services to ensure that you derive maximum benefit from your Kaspersky security installation.
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Security is not just about protecting confidential data or business continuity - the welfare and even the lives of member of the public may well be at stake. The consequences of a security breach may include:
Operational losses and service interruption due to large scale ransomware or DDOS attacks
The inability to respond to and qualify current threat vectors such as Stealth attacks
Reputational damage, and potential loss of life, due to system failures resulting from security breaches
Escalating operational costs incurred through deploying multiple security solutions
The theft of confidential or sensitive data, including customer credentials
Having to update legacy hardware in order to update your security