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Belgium-Brussels: Transport Cyber-Security Toolkit
Section I: Contracting authority
Section II: Object
Transport Cyber-Security Toolkit
The European Commission wants to contribute to improving transport security and the protection of transport users and staff against terrorist and cyber-attacks for all modes of the European transport sector (Aviation, Maritime and Land Transport). The project described in this call will aim at developing a working interactive toolkit providing the relevant and appropriate knowledge of good cyber-security practice available to transport managers managing cyber-security risks and also to all transport staff who need to be aware of the potential risks. The toolkit will contain recommended good practices covering both generic aspects of cyber-security and in addition more specific modules related to the needs of each transport mode.
This project shall contribute to developing a coherent approach across the European Union towards supporting the multiple actors managing cyber-security risks within the transport sector with a minimum knowledge base to do carry out their roles, including:
i) being able to identify a range of potential cyber-security threats (that could widely differ in frequency and severity); and
ii) being able to implement and adhere to good-practice cyber-security mitigation measures;
iii) knowing what actions to take should a cyber risk be realised to stop and/or minimise the potential negative consequences.
The expected outcome is for the development of a tangible, practical and intuitive technical solution that enables the above objectives to be met.
Section III: Legal, economic, financial and technical information
Section IV: Procedure
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Section VI: Complementary information