As many of those have said and continue to say, it is not “if, but when.” Those are not words to generate fear and misunderstanding, they are a reality for ageing critical national infrastructure now converged with enterprise facing architecture.
The smart aviation sector is rapidly evolving, providing greater efficiencies for passengers, manufacturers and shareholders through advanced digital interconnectivity. These smart technologies can be seen throughout airports, aircraft, control towers and air service providers platforms giving owners and operators a potential real-time, 360-degree view of assets for predictive maintenance and cost saving applications.
The dependence on interconnectivity, however, has created cyber vulnerabilities throughout the aviation ecosystem. Protecting data and assets has become significantly more complex, and with the proliferation of IOT and integrated avionics, many aviation leaders are now realising they are playing catch up in the 21st century as the threats consistently evolve.
Join us on November 21/22 in London, England for the Cyber Senate Aviation Cyber Security Summit. We will address key issues such as the importance of information sharing and collaboration, supply chain and third party risk, incident response, integrating of cyber security and safety, IT and OT convergence, Security Operations Centres and much more as we further develop our collective insight in how we can mitigate risk and develop resilient end to end networks capable of delivering safety and value to all stakeholders.
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“One of the first that really dedicates to name the risks, looking at the issues and getting on board top notch speakers- your events are must for anyone taking on defensive posture and want to manage cyber risks instead reactively running around the next exposure/threat/breach.” Peter Rus, Founder of P@ssport
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