Modes of transport are increasingly connected and are evolving more and more quickly. The same is true of the related security risks. Mechanical parts are now digitised.

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“The attack surfaces of future smart transport modes – which include cars, soon to become autonomous, trains / trams and planes – are extending all the time, due to the hyperconnectivity of the electronic objects of which they are composed.”

Paul Labrogère, director of the Autonomous Transport Programme run by the Technological Research Institute SystemX