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Tuesday, 10 October 2017
Aviation Cyber Security, Industrial Control Cyber Security and Critical Infrastructure Protection
How secure are aviation flight systems and passenger data? What actionable steps can airline executives take to position themselves to be prepared for the evolving threat landscape? How can we better secure asset information, manage data, increase efficiencies, collaboration and competitiveness when software is inherently vulnerable? Join us November 21/22 in London England as the Cyber Senate address key challenges facing the aviation sector in a two-day in-depth engagement with industry leaders, including interactive panel sessions on Supply Chain and IOT Risk, Safety and Cyber Security Integration, Building a Culture of Awareness, Gaining C Level Buy-In, Public and Private Information Sharing and more.
Today we welcome Peter Cooper, Independent cyber security advisor, Nonresident Senior Fellow, Atlantic Council Cyber Statecraft Initiative, who will join us discussing: Cyber Security – Perception or Inception?
Why perceptions are critical in aviation cyber security?
Defender and adversary perceptions?
What are we defending, what are they attacking?
Using this knowledge for better strategy and more accurate risk management
AVCIP2017 Aviation Cyber Security Summit London United Kingdom November 21/22 Marriott Regents Park Hotel www.aviationcybersec.com Headline Sponsors Airbus and SITA Co-Sponsors Unisys
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Chris Blask, U.S ICS ISAC, UNISYS, Director Industrial Control Security
Kevin Borley, Bristol Airport, Head of IT and Innovation
Anson Fong, Los Angeles World Airports,Chief Information Security Officer
Mike Heath, Calgary Airport Authority, Information Security Lead
Deb Helton, Dallas Fort Worth International Airport, Emergency Management Administrator
Dr Paul Hunton, Hunton Woods Limited, Digital Forensics Expert
Chris Johnson, University of Glasgow, Head of Computing
Phil Jones, Airbus, Chief Operating Officer
Jonas Jorgensen, Copenhagen Airports, IT Director
Ladislav Kašpar, Czech Airlines, j.s.c., Head of Security and Emergency Response Planning
Filippos Komninos, Athens International Airport S.A, Information Security Specialist
Francesco Di Maio, ENAV, Head, Security Department
Rossella Mattioli, ENISA, Officer in Network and Information Security
John Hird, Eurocontrol, ATM Security Specialist Directorate ATM, CMC/SEC
Gerry Ngu, CERT-EU/ EASA, Cybersecurity in Aviation Officer
Cecil Pineda, Dallas Fort Worth International Airport, Assistant Vice President, Technology Security Information Technology Services
Fazle R Quasha, Fort McMurray Airport Authority, Manager Information Technologies
Matt Shreeve, Helios, Principal Consultant
Peter Williams, Manchester Airports Group (MAG), Chief Information Security Officer
Peter Cooper, Nonresident Senior Fellow, Cyber Statecraft Initiative, Brent Scowcroft Centre on International Security, Atlantic CouncilWho attends? Delegates will be made up of key security decision makers from airports and airlines around the world. The purpose of the summit is to collaborate, share information and devise a common strategy to tackle cyber threats. We will be addressing key issues such as supply chain and third party risk, incident response, integrating of cyber security and safety, IT and OT convergence, security operations centers, and much more.
The Cyber Senate is a network and information provider and we host events that offer guidance on pressing cybersecurity issues across key smart infrastructure sectors such as Energy, Healthcare, Utilities, and Transport, to further progress public and private cybersecurity information sharing.