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International Cybersecurity Forum (FIC) 2021

Airbus CyberSecurity and Alstom sign cyber security cooperation agreement

Airbus CyberSecurity and Alstom, global leader in sustainable mobility, have signed a worldwide cooperation agreement focussing on rail transport cybersecurity.

The partnership will allow the partners to provide rail operators with solutions and services combining Alstom’s solutions and expertise in rail transport with Airbus CyberSecurity’s services and expertise in ensuring the security of industrial information systems.

Read more about the partnership here

Airbus CyberSecurity and KUB partner to offer the best decontamination solution for removable devices

Airbus CyberSecurity announces its collaboration with KUB, the industry leader in removable device decontamination, to extend the cyber defence capabilities of KUB’s white station network beyond what can be achieved using antivirus engines alone. The partnership includes the integration of Orion Malware, Airbus CyberSecurity’s file analysis platform, which will extend the detection and analysis capabilities of KUB stations to unknown malware and threats, including Advanced Persistent Threats (APTs).

Read more about the partnership here

The International Cybersecurity Forum (FIC) is Europe’s leading cyber security event – covering everything from privacy and digital identity, to risk management and operational security.

The Airbus CyberSecurity team will be at FIC 2021 (7-9 September 2021, Lille Grand Palais, France) on stand #F14. Come and meet us to hear about the latest Airbus CyberSecurity products and watch our live product demonstrations.

 

Speaking slots

Demonstration of malicious file analysis: Qualify and detect the threat quickly

Tuesday, September 7, 2021 3:10 PM to 3:40 PM  – Solutions Area
Jérôme Leseinne, Security Developer, Airbus CyberSecurity

SOC analysts and CSIRT teams are facing a growing number of threats. Everyday warning signals and suspicious files are increasing. In this workshop we will show you how our teams analyse and qualify files, and in just a few minutes, produce IoCs to extend the detection of new threats. This demonstration will be based on our Orion Malware sovereign file analysis platform and its sandbox capabilities to help analysts quickly produce relevant results.

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Alstom and Airbus CyberSecurity: a Detection/Response solution for railway systems

PARTNER CONFERENCE
Wednesday, 8th September 1:30 PM to 2:15 PM – Eurotop

  • Olivier Gallais, Cyberdefense Design & Integration Team Leader, Airbus CyberSecurity
  • Vincent Seruch, Head of Consulting, CSIRT & OT Paris/Rennes, Airbus CyberSecurity
  • Dominique Guénaux, Cybersecurity Department Head, Alstom
  • Jean-Baptiste Renault, Head of Cybersecurity France, Alstom
In recent years, railway companies have developed ambitious digitalisation strategies, particularly to cope with the increase in passenger numbers. They have deployed and interconnected information systems combining IT (information technology), OT (operational technology) and the Internet of Things (IoT) in the management and control systems of trains, metros and trams, track signalling systems and control centres for railway operations.

In this conference, Alstom and Airbus CyberSecurity present a concrete case of deployment of a SIEM/SOC solution for an urban railway project (metro). This joint work and our complementary expertise – cyber and industrial expertise for Airbus CyberSecurity and rail industry leader with cyber capabilities for Alstom – allow us to provide tailor-made monitoring and attack detection solutions also to mobility players.

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European Cloud: Can The Dream Come True? (Panel discussion)

Thursday, September 9, 2021 3:30 PM to 5:30 PM – Vauban
Markus Braendle, Head of Airbus CyberSecurity
Max Schrems, Privacy Activist
Tariq Krim, FondateurPolite.One
Frank Pasquale, Professor of LawBrooklyn Law School
Michiel Steltman, Managing DirectorDutch Digital infrastructure Association (DINL)

Mastery of IT infrastructures is seen as THE absolute criterion of sovereignty in digital matters. But does this necessarily involve mastering the Cloud and networks? Is it possible to control data and data processing without controlling infrastructures? Can we regain our information sovereignty without mastering the “lower” layers? Europe has finally become aware of its digital backwardness and seems to be given the means to achieve its ambitions, but will the political and normative voluntarism it has demonstrated be enough? What are the other possible ways forward? What are the levers to be mobilized to regain control of our digital destiny? “It is necessary to combine the pessimism of the Intellect with the optimism of the Will.” (Antonio Gramsci)

See CyberRange in action

 

With attacks on IT/OT systems becoming more prevalent and sophisticated, being able to protect industrial assets is more important than ever. Organisations must be able to simulate attacks and develop effective response plans.

Our CyberRange solution allows organisations to simulate advanced OT systems such as plant sections, control systems with command and control, and incident or attack simulations.

It lets security teams conduct advanced tests to strengthen their detection and analysis capabilities in a safe, secure technical platform – helping them secure industrial systems and integrate advanced detection SOC capabilities.

Come and see a live demo, together with our subsidiary Stormshield, at our booth and chat to our team of experts.

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