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On-Demand Webinar

Railway Cybersecurity for Rail Professionals

In this webinar, designed for rail professionals, we will explain, step by step, what the threats, risks and possible security measures should be considered when securing your rail system.  

The webinar will cover railway cybersecurity key topics, including:

- Cyber threats to railway systems

- The potential impact of an attack on safety and service continuity

- The methodology of protecting rail operational network

- An in-depth explanation of cybersecurity measures, including network segmentation, monitoring, access control, data protection, endpoint security and more.

Join Serge Van-Themsche and Michal Bar for a free live webinar to expand your skillset in rail cybersecurity. No prior knowledge of cybersecurity is needed.


Serge Van-Themsche

Serge Van-Themsche

VP Strategic Partnership @ Cylus

Serge brings 13 years of experience in railways, having been Bombardier’s Turn-key division VP for EMEA, as well as managing P&Ls for other divisions, such as Services. Serge received a Bachelor’s Business degree from HEC Montreal, followed by specializations in Industrial Marketing and Innovation from INSEAD and Stanford University executive programs.

Michal Bar

Michal Bar

Head of Cyber Professional Services @ Cylus

Prior to joining Cylus, Michal served as a cybersecurity consultant at the Ernst & Young Advanced Security Center in Tel Aviv for eight years. With over 15 years of experience in cybersecurity, Michal has successfully managed large-scale projects, leading teams for various global organizations in the industrial and rail sectors. Michal holds a Master’s degree in Information System Engineering and Computer Software Engineering from Ben Gurion University and holds CISSP certification.

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