• Empowering the Rail Information
    Sharing & Analysis Centers
    ER-ISAC is a European collaboration in the field
    of Cyber Security for Railways.

The ER-ISAC is an European Rail Infrastructure Managers and Railway Undertakings driven. ISAC stands for Information Sharing and Analysis Center and is a community of Information and cybersecurity experts having a strong focus on Industrial Control System Cybersecurity and related IT Infrastructures. The Community is a Public and Private partnership that share various degrees of Cybersecurity information valuable to the entire Rail transport sector.

The mission of the European Rail ISAC (ER-ISAC) is to improve the resilience and security of its members, European Rail Infrastructure Manager and Railway Undertaking and its partners. It is done through effective information sharing and by engaging expertise from all types of functions as a joint effort for the analysis of threats, vulnerabilities, incidents, solutions and opportunities. ER-ISAC offers a community of communities to facilitate this proactive information sharing and analysis, allowing its members to take their own effective measures.

Who We Are

European collaboration in the field of Cyber Security for Railways is the leading global cyber intelligence sharing community with a platform for cooperation in term of sharing information.

Co Chair

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Cedric Cecotti
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Dimitri van Zantvliet
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Joseph Mager
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Evert-Jan Korving
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Stoffel Bos
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Quentin Rivette
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Yseult Garnier
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RFI logo
NS logo
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Vy logo
ADIF logo
SNCF Réseau logo
SNCF Voyageurs logo
Infrastructure de Portugal logo
OEBB logo
Lineas logo
NetworkRail logo
Infrabel logo
Trafikverket logo
Renfe logo
FSItaliane logo


Belgian FPS Mobility & Transport logo
Swiss Federal Office of Transport logo
Belgian National CSIRT logo
European Agency for Railway logo
European Commission logo
ENISA logo
CER logo
European Infrastructure Managers logo
UNIFE logo
ANSSI logo
Shitf2rail logo
ECE University of Patras logo
Eurocontrol logo
EE-ISAC logo
Siemens logo
Alstom logo
Systra logo
Selectron logo
Hitrail logo
UIC logo

Join us

Membership benefits

Railway specific Cybersecurity information sharing

Access to the information exchange platform and Community (Position papers, Opinion papers, vulnerabilities, Threats, Cybersecurity solutions for Control and Command signaling systems / Railway specific Industrial Component systems

Influencing & shaping Railway standards on cybersecurity

Contribute to dedicated working groups on Cybersecurity & TSI’s

Best practices

Exchanging with a wide range of Railway cybersecurity experts

Awareness sessions


Members and partners information exchange events (As per TLP) on Threats, incidents, Railway cybersecurity challenges


Zoning and Conduits for Railways

This document gives guidance on building zones and conduits for a Railway System. For doing so, first the methodology is described and later a staged approach is shown and used. This approach is based on TS 50701 but is extended with more detail in order to make the process
of zoning easier.