Technology Roadmap - Top-Down Objectives for the Aviation sector

The Cyber Senate Aviation Cybersecurity Summit takes place November 5th and 6th in London United Kingdom. This show has become the key touchpoint for the Aviation sector to address cybersecurity vulnerabilities and risk mitigation, with attendees spanning geographical regions from New Zealand to Gambia, Australia, North America and beyond. We welcome your registration while places remain!

We are pleased to be hearing from Edinburgh Airport in November, who are addressing the "Technology Roadmap - Top-Down Objectives." Many in the sector struggle with the digital transformation of their respective divisions, vendor selection, investment and implementation.
Grant Robertson, IT Security Manager, will be sharing their experience with understanding technology objectives, getting value and making use of what you have, metrics and future technology implementations. Grant is tasked with driving cybersecurity maturity, leading security initiatives and meeting regulatory changes and challenges.

We are pleased to have SITA joining us at the end of day one, providing a Round Table Discussion: Aviation Specific SOC Management to Drive Efficiency and Improve ROI. The session will be outcome-driven to encourage a group discussion, with insight shared on methodology and strategies to address this issue; findings/opinions will form the summary at the end for the audience as key take away. Not to be missed!

Cyber Senate 3rd edition
Protecting and Securing Digital Transformation

Copthorne Tara London Kensington United Kingdom
November 5/6 2019

Co-Sponsors SITA, Forescout Technologies, Unisys and Nozomi Networks
Sponsors Verve Industrial Protection, Exabeam

Presenters include:

  • Ray Secrest, Tampa International Airport, Senior Manager Information Security

  • Stephane Gomez, SITA, Cyber Security Lead

  • John Hird, Eurocontrol, ATM Security Specialist

  • Chris Kubecka, Hypasec, CEO

  • Ken Munro, Pen Test Partners, Partner

  • Ahmed Fawzi, SITA Cybersecurity, Global Head of Business Development

  • Bruce Jackson, Airinformatics, President and Managing Director

  • Chris Blask, Unisys, Global Director Industrial and IoT Security

  • Matthias Schaefer, SeRo Systems, Co-Founder and Board member of the OpenSky Network and a Lecturer in the Computer Science Department at TU Kaiserslautern, Managing Director SeRo Systems

  • Ravinder Singh, TATA SIA Airlines Limited, Chief Information and Innovation Officer

  • Nicole Keeley, Civil Aviation Authority, Head of Cyber Security Oversight

  • Ron Brash, Verve Industrial Protection, Director of Cyber Security Insights

  • Robert Masse, Deloitte, Partner Risk Advisory

  • Grant Robertson, Edinburgh Airport Limited, IT Security Manager

  • Matt Shreeve, Helios, Director and Aviation Cyber Expert

  • Richard Meal, Sellafield Ltd, CISO

  • Tyler Knotts, United Airlines,Sr. Manager – Critical Systems Partnerships Security, Risk and Compliance

  • Peter Williams, Manchester Airport Group, CISO

  • Luca Barba, Forescout, Product Marketing Manager at Forescout OT

  • Stephen Williams, CANSO, Member of the CANSO (Europe) cybersecurity Task Force

  • Richard Cassidy, Exabeam, Sr Director Security Strategy

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