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A new report from a group of top security experts says the U, S., and Australia need to adopt new security measures to keep their public transit systems secure.
The report, titled “The U. S. needs to keep its public transit networks secure,” was published Wednesday by the security firm Kaspersky Lab.
The findings of the study came after a security breach on a train in Washington, D.C., in June of last year exposed the public’s private information to attackers.
While the U., U.K., and U.A. have made strides in adopting security improvements in the last two years, the U-K.
and Australia have yet to adopt the new security guidelines that will be put into place at the end of this year.
Kasperski found that the new guidelines would be “essential” to ensure the security of all public transit infrastructure, and that a number of other countries were not sufficiently protecting their public transport networks.
“The report notes that some of the major problems that have led to public sector systems being vulnerable to cyber attacks have been the inability of national governments to share information and collaborate on the implementation of common security controls and guidelines, and lack of a shared approach to sharing information about cybersecurity threats,” according to the report.
“We believe that these problems will be a bigger concern for the public transport industry than the cyber attacks in the U.-K.
or Australia,” said Robert Smith, the CEO of Kaspersko.
“There is a significant lack of trust and accountability in the public sector in general, and public transport in particular.”
The report highlights several key recommendations.
“In the U S, the public transit industry has not adopted the common security guidelines required by the Federal Government, but has adopted some of these same standards, often by adding security features on the basis of ‘security’ rather than ‘national interest,'” the report states.
The recommendations are meant to encourage more cooperation between government and private sector agencies to tackle the growing threat of cyber attacks.
“Public transport systems need to be equipped with strong security measures, to ensure that the infrastructure is not used to facilitate cyber attacks,” Smith said.
“This will require increased coordination of government, industry, and academia to improve cyber security.”
While some countries are doing their best to secure their public transportation systems, others are failing to do so, according to Smith.
“Despite the U .
S.’s strong efforts to improve security, many of its transit systems remain vulnerable to an unprecedented and unprecedented range of attacks,” the report stated.
“With a large number of systems vulnerable to a range of common threats, the government and the private sector must work together to address the critical security issues.”
In its recommendations, the report also calls for more information sharing between the public and private sectors on cybersecurity issues, and the development of a system that can provide government agencies with an updated assessment of cyber threat trends and their potential effects on public transportation.
The U. K. and the U A. have taken a number to step up their own security measures.
“Both governments have adopted new security requirements to protect their public rail systems,” Smith added.
“U.K. rail operators have been advised to deploy ‘standards’ to ensure security and reduce the risk of disruption.
Australia has also introduced new security standards to protect public transport systems.
The United States is working with the Australian Transport Security Bureau (ATSB) and the Australian Federal Government to develop a new national cyber security strategy.
These steps are vital to protect all Australians’ transportation systems from cyber attacks.”
A U.B.C. study released earlier this year found that public transit services in the United States, Canada, and Germany are not meeting their security standards.
“More than one-third of public transit operators surveyed by the National Transport Security Centre, a government body, have not implemented a common set of security measures,” the study stated.