Homeland panel examines cyber threats to surface transportation
from Eno Transportation Weekly
From March 6:
The House Homeland Security Committee held a joint hearing to look at ways to secure the U.S. surface transportation system from cyber attacks, including potential threats posted by Chinese manufacture of rail cars. The hearing was jointly held by two subcommittees, the Transportation and Maritime Security Subcommittee, the Cybersecurity, Infrastructure Protection and Innovation Subcommittee. The hearing had two panels – one from the federal government, and one from outside groups.
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