How to Securely Connect Your Serial Traffic Controllers

How to Securely Connect Your Serial Traffic Controllers

Traffic controllers can be targeted by hackers to cause traffic jams and disrupt transportation systems. But Traffic Engineers can increase the protection level of their data communication for better roadway safety. To deter hackers and prevent accident, secure data connectivity needs to be established, such as encrypting your serial data before sending it to an IP network, and using a secure transmission protocol during communications.

This short video from our partners at Moxa shows how to securely connect your serial traffic controllers.

For help with your Intelligent Transportation Systems, contact an MSI TEC ITS engineer.
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