Aviation Cyber Security
18/19 June 2019
Amsterdam NL
Crowne Plaza Schiphol

 

 

Global aviation continues to experience regular attacks on several fronts; whether it is a single drone bringing an international airport to a standstill, a breach leading to the widespread loss of customer data or disruption caused by a direct attack on operational systems, the cost of vulnerabilities in our IT and OT systems appears to be mounting.

IT/OT and IoT convergence in avionics, navigation, communications and passenger information systems, in-flight and ground services has led to an increasing reliance on internet connectivity, real-time data exchange and automated industrial control systems. With this new paradigm of hyper-connectivity in aviation and aviation-related systems, the industry is having to face the reality of an expanded threat surface and increased complexity in managing risk and ensuring business continuity.

It is more important than ever for us to gain greater visibility of our vulnerabilities as an industry and to work together towards developing more effective cyber risk management to meet the challenges we face in securing the aviation ecosystem. The event will bring together cyber security strategists from global Airlines, Airports, ANSPs and the aviation supply chain to work towards reducing financial losses, preventing loss of public confidence and assuring passenger safety through effective cyber security strategy.

 

We will also run our UK London Aviation cyber show November 5/6th 2019

 

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I would like to take this opportunity to congratulate you on another successful, invaluable and highly enjoyable event. The organisation and content were yet again amongst the best I have seen for such an event, and I look forward to attending your future summits.”
— Edinburgh Airport
 
 

Why Attend?

 

Who Attends?

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Learn how industry stakeholders are mitigating cyber threats from industrial control to information security and data breaches

Gain insight into supply chain and IOT risk management, how we can collectively work towards building maturity models and define our information sharing priorities.

Define what tools and skillsets are required to manage complexity, detect intrusions, develop incident response capability and how to quickly recover to ensure safety and operational continuity

Network with global airlines, airports, ANSP's, cyber security subject matter and the aviation supply chain

Discuss how we address the balance between government and commercial leadership, public and private information sharing and how we collectively overcome limitations.

Collectively address our 21st Century challenges: Are we prepared to accept long term business risk against short term value, are we sacrificing security for efficiency?

Hear the latest initiatives in connected workforces, state-of-the art simulation, testing and training capabilities

Contribute to industry perspectives and best practice in technology development and implementation from GNSS systems to blockchain and realtime monitoring

Delegates will be made up of Airlines, Airports, ANSPs, Ground Handling Service Providers, and the Aviation Supply Chain

Job titles include CISO, OT Security, IT Security, Head of Operational Risk, Cyber Security Director, Head of Digital Transformation, Head of Operational Technologies, CIO, Safety Directors, Chief Technology Directors, Head of Avionics, Director of Incident Response, Head of Cyber Risk Management, Head of Safety and Security, Cyber Security Subject Matter Expert, Head of Threat Detection



Sponsors

Cyber Senate Portfolio Sponsors

Cyber Senate Portfolio Sponsors

 
Exhibitors

Exhibitors

 
Roundtable Sponsors

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