ERTMS, or European Rail Traffic Management System, is a standard for railways deveoped by the European Union and used worldwide. This system is designed to improve signaling interoperation and management. ERTMS requires the use of standardized equipment for signaling and safety protocols. With its emphasis on advanced command and control and interoperable technology, ERTMS aims to replace diverse localized systems.
The wireless link of ERTMS is based on the unsecured GSM-R standard.
EuroRadio, the ERTMS authentication layer, is based on an outdated cryptographic function 3DES.
Safety critical functions, such as movement authority commands, are provided through vulnerable wireless communications.
Full asset visibility within your ERTMS system, including RBC, OBU, KMS, as well as all wayside and onboard assets.
Detection of cryptographic anomalies and compromising attempts along with DPI into ERTMS traffic, including Subset-26 and Subset-37.
Automatic security control validation that ensures compliance with leading cybersecurity standards as TS 50701 and IEC 62443.
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