29th November –1st December 2022, FYCMA Málaga 

Rail Live 2022






Safety has always been a priority of the rail industry. Today this priority has expanded well beyond the physical and into the digital realm. Rail Live’s Safety, Security & Cyber Summit will explore a wholistic vision of safety in order to discuss how rail can ensure itself as the safest method of travel.



Key themes

Trackside and level crossing safety
Ensuring safety with AI
Staff training & management
New cybersecurity directives
Zero trust cybersecurity



Speaking at the Safety, Security & Cyber Summit




The agenda

Cyber Security & Network Safety, Tuesday 29 November 2022

Christian Schlehuber
Cyber Security & Network Safety

Chairman's Welcome

Dimitri van Zantvliet
Cyber Security & Network Safety

Zero Trust in Railway Cybersecurity

Panel discussion
Richard Thomas
Cyber Security & Network Safety

Whole-Life Cycle Cyber Security in the Rail Sector – Challenges and Opportunities

Panel discussion
Panel discussion
Cyber Security & Network Safety

Panel: How the railway sector can collaborate to strengthen its cybersecurity: From new standards to ISACs

  • How can operators, infrastructure managers, governments, and agencies collaborate to ensure strong cybersecurity? 
  • Discussing regulatory measures being implemented now and in the near future 
  • What current structures does the railway industry have to cooperate and how can these improve?  

Jayne Yeo
Cyber Security & Network Safety

Chairman's Welcome

Jayne Yeo
Cyber Security & Network Safety

Debunking myths of automation: How can we ensure safety of our constantly digitizing railways

Panel discussion
Cyber Security & Network Safety

Rail IT/OT Convergence and Network Protection Use Case

  • Risk associated with the convergence of the railway Information Technology (IT) and Operational Technology (OT)
  • Building blocks and strategies for developing a highly secure compliant system that can evolve to meet future business needs. 
  • Use Case: Network Protection for monitor legacy and new train fleets
Session led by: irdeto
Francisco Cabrera Jeronimo
Cyber Security & Network Safety

Updating our solutions for level crossing safety with greater technological innovation

Virginie Taillandier
Cyber Security & Network Safety

SNCF Smart Level Crossings: Discussing the future of level crossing safety for connected/ automated vehicles

Panel discussion

Skills & Diversity – making a career in rail more attractive to all

·        Outlining the key recruitment challenges to making rail a more inclusive, welcoming and diverse profession

·        What steps can operators, infrastructure managers and technology providers take to make a career in rail a more desirable profession?

·        Do universities need to take a leading role in advocating for the industry?

·        How do we prepare for the generational shift which is affecting railway workers and ensure there are enough people to operate the system in the future


last published: 28/Nov/22 16:45

Cyber Security & Network Safety, Wednesday 30 November 2022

Silvia Roldan

La importancia de los ferrocariles metropolitanos

Sebastian Court

Reflexiones para la nueva industria Metro Ferroviaria

Richard Aaroe

How can Innovative Technology give reliable, and cost saving infrastructure monitoring, and accurate predictive maintenance projections?

  • Are the railways ready for new innovative technology?
  • Is the word Innovation a “Hype-phrase” or just a bunch of IoT’s, SaaS’s, AI’s, etc put into some fancy slides?
  • How can Innovation be brought to the clients?
Panel discussion

Investing in the railway infrastructure required to meet future demand: the role of digitisation, decarbonisation and optimisation across Europe’s railway infrastructure

  • As we look ahead to the requirements of the railway infrastructure over the next couple of decades, where are the top priorities for investment?
  • How can technology support the optimisation of railway infrastructure operations and minimise maintenance costs?
  • What are our panellists doing to prepare for the impacts of climate change on railway infrastructure? 
last published: 28/Nov/22 16:45

Cyber Security & Network Safety, Thursday 1 December 2022

Panel discussion

Meeting the challenge to decarbonise the railway sector and play our part in the fight against the climate crisis

  • How can the rail industry look to meet net zero targets and what are the key roles for every relevant sector including Freight, infrastructure managers and the wider supply chain?
  • Creating the conditions for true modal shift of passengers and freight: what are our biggest challenges and how can we meet them
  • Putting sustainability at the heart of all rail investment, development and optimisation from circular economy to biodiversity


Sergio Vázquez Torrón

All aboard! Travelling by train, the way to go for all

  • Rail as the mode of transport best placed to provide the backbone of our future mobility needs (not only environmental, but social). The future lies in rail.
  • What is Spain doing in its commitment to rail as the best mode in terms of social impact. No one is left behind
  • What role does Ineco play in this scenario: its contribution (specific projects and solutions)
last published: 28/Nov/22 16:45



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