Modern society simply cannot function without a finely tuned and efficiently operating transportation systems of all types, including over land and sea, by road, by rail, or through the air. The real-time flow of data and telemetry is critical to managing and monitoring this highly interconnected and vital critical infrastructure segment. It is not surprising that attacks against transportation industry companies, networks and facilities are common, with Ransomware leading the way. One only must check the headlines for details, but the effects of cyber-attacks are immediate and profound. The interdependencies that exist between tools and systems, private companies, and public agencies, local, state, federal and foreign governments that are necessary to ensure safe and effective operation of the transportation sector are staggering. This interconnected web dramatically increases the size of the threat surface for the entire industry, making it a prime target for Cyber Criminals and techno terrorists and nation states with malintent. It is imperative that transportation infrastructure entities of all sizes and scopes confront cyber threats from the external environment, interconnected partners, vendors, suppliers, and customers, and insider threats with vigilance and immediate decisive action.