Dutch trains operated by the national rail network were stopped across the Netherlands on Sunday, April 3, 2022, due to what the operator called a technical issue. Railway operator NS sözcüü Erik Kroeze said that the problem is in a planning software system. He said there was no indication that it was caused by a cyber attack.
Cyber Attack Possibility
The fact that this event coincided with Sunday prevented possible disruptions for the Netherlands, which had previously experienced disruptions in rail services due to some cyber attacks.
“We are working hard for recovery, but unfortunately it is not yet possible to say how long this situation will last,” NS said on its website. said.
NS said regional trains operated by other operators are still operating.