RazorSecure Ltd and Proxion are to explore their partnership in Finland and Estonia, offering cyber security solutions to the rail industry.
Proxion and RazorSecure have joined forces to address the growing cyber security threat levels challenging Finland and Estonia’s rail sector. RazorSecure’s focus is on enhancing railway cyber security with products and services designed to protect onboard and wayside systems. With current operations and recently awarded contracts protecting approximately 3200 vehicles, RazorSecure is the leader in rolling stock cyber security. Their adaptable and innovative solutions are designed to deal with the challenges of large, distributed environments, overcoming the constraints of limited or intermittent connectivity.
On the new partnership with Proxion, RazorSecure CEO, Alex Cowan, comments: “RazorSecure is expanding into new markets including the Nordics where we are already seeing a lot of interest amongst train operators and asset owners. We are happy to partner with Proxion and continue our expansion, furthering our presence in the Finnish and Estonian markets.”
Proxion is a privately-owned critical infrastructure specialist house with roots in the development of rail transport. They offer expertise to their customers in preliminary investigations, planning and design, implementation, operation, maintenance, and asset lifecycle management. Proxion’s specialist services help customers working in critical infrastructure to ensure a functioning national emergency supply and society.
Managing director of Proxion Tech Oy, Markus Jaatinen, comments: “In addition to our railway expertise, Proxion has excellent experience in cyber security, information technology, and software development in critical infrastructure environments, and establishing this union with RazorSecure supports our strategy to provide a wider range of products and services to customers in rail, and light rail traffic.
Proxion plan to add RazorSecure’s cyber security products to their offerings, and collaboratively, they will work in joint marketing and sales activities, and towards the concept development of a joint proposition. Proxion will also be trained by RazorSecure to give first and second line multilingual support to customers across Finland and Estonia.