MÁV inaugurates HUF 50 mln security control and supervision center

Telco

State-owned railway company MÁV inaugurated a new, HUF 50 million security control and supervision center in Budapest on Tuesday.

MÁV Security Director András Túrós said MÁV spends HUF 2.5 billion a year on security and property protection, HUF 2 billion-2.5 billion on security guards and HUF 100 million-150 million on security technology investments.


Of MÁV's two key security areas, the level of railway security is exemplary by European comparison, while further efforts are necessary in the area of property security to raise it to an acceptable level, Túrós said.

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