Joshua Corman, the second speaker in Volpe's 2017 series, The Ongoing Transformation of the Global Transportation System, discussed cybersafety in an increasingly hackable world.
General McDew commands USTRANSCOM, which delivers global defense logistics anyplace, anytime, and for however long is needed. He recently came to Volpe to discuss the nation’s most pressing military and civilian transportation challenges, and the new thinking required for new solutions.
This is a key year for global navigation satellite systems. However, an item that sells for as little as $30 has already caused big problems for this rapidly growing technology and highlights the vulnerability of GPS.
Volpe experts presided over 22 sessions and presented research results at 18 sessions at the Transportation Research Board’s 94th Annual Meeting in Washington, D.C., held January 11-15.
Volpe published 77 reports and conference papers in 2014 spanning a myriad of transportation research topics. View the topic areas and download free copies of Volpe’s transportation resources.
Volpe’s multi-year initiative with the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) provides innovative solutions for reducing the threat and severity of transportation-related cyber-attacks against industrial control systems that are part of the nation’s critical infrastructure.
Volpe’s IT Specialist Charles McCarthy encourages port managers to educate themselves about potential holes in their cybersecurity posture in the Winter 2011-2012 issue of AAPA Seaports Magazine.