Get your cybersecurity and compliance programs on track


Drive Improvements to Your Security

Transportation is a critical infrastructure upon which people have come to rely. As the industry pushes toward a more digital landscape, it opens itself up to more threats. Having CampusGuard on your team means preemptively identifying vulnerabilities and detecting potential threats before they can do irreparable damage to your organization.

You’re likely already taking significant steps to mitigate physical threats, but what about digital threats? CampusGuard has the expertise to evaluate your current information security plan and provide strategies to mitigate risks and help you achieve and maintain regulatory compliance.

Detecting Potential Threats Before They Strike

Our Customer-Centric Approach

When you partner with CampusGuard, your organization will be assigned a primary Security Advisor and a Customer Relationship Manager who work with you directly and are there when you need them.

Sophisticated Methodologies

We have developed an approach and assessment methodology for the identification and analysis of risk to evaluate sampled areas against the appropriate industry-recognized information security frameworks.

A Team of Dedicated Experts

With varied experience across a multitude of industries, the CampusGuard team knows which questions to ask to help you identify and reach your data security and compliance goals.

Tips to Refine your Security Posture

Regardless of the current state of your cybersecurity policy, there are always ways to strengthen it. Working with CampusGuard can help you bridge the gap and build better defense systems against cybercriminals today. Here are some steps to get you started:

  • Install Updates

    It's not always possible to update your hardware and software as new tech becomes available. Installing updates when they become available will allow your system to patch any known vulnerabilities.
  • Segment your Network

    Breaking up your network into smaller networks can help your IT team better monitor security and network performance.
  • Provide Training for Staff

    Creating a culture that positions cybersecurity in the spotlight is more important than ever. Ongoing security awareness training will help your staff recognize and prevent attempts to attack your organization.
  • Perform Regular Assessments

    The cybersecurity and regulatory compliance needs of organizations are constantly evolving. Scheduled assessments are crucial to ensure that your system is secure.
  • Backup your Data

    In the event your system is hacked, it is imperative to have a current data backup off of your network to help mitigate the loss.
  • Create an Incident Response Plan

    No matter how many proactive measures your organization puts into preventing a data breach, incidents can still occur. Designing a comprehensive incident response plan and testing it is essential to know how to manage an unexpected event if one was to occur.

Why Choose CampusGuard?

When the world is relying on your organization, a data breach is not an option. CampusGuard works alongside complex organizations to uncover vulnerabilities across their enterprise. We provide the tools to manage risks in the ever-changing digital landscape so you can focus on serving your customers.


Average cost of a data breach in the transportation industry in 2023 - IBM Cost of a Data Breach Report


Global average weekly transportation industry cyberattacks in 2022 - Check Point Research

Keep Your Organization Moving

Transportation organizations have become a significant element of the modern world. Protecting your customers' information as well as the systems on which your business operates is the only way to succeed as cyber threats continue to exponentially rise. CampusGuard has the expertise to help you refine your cybersecurity plan so you can continue to innovate your business and the communities you service.

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