Aviation Cyber Security Conference London | Cyber security for aviation, airlines, airports, air traffic control and ANSP's

Implementing the NIS Directive

The NIS Directive was greatly overshadowed by the GDPR when both were introduced this year and having spoken to many in the cyber and critical infrastructure communities, there are still many questions to be addressed about how the Directive is properly implemented as well as the capability and understanding of Competent Authorities.
For the 2nd annual Aviation Cyber Security Summit November 6/7th in London we will host a panel discussion to address the gaps between public and private sector, we hope you will join us.

Understanding NIS Directive Cyber Assessment Frameworks and Implementation

•    What do Competent Authorities (CAs) require from Operators of Essential Services (OES) to assess cyber risk?
•    How are lead government departments, regulators and industry working together to develop a systematic method of assessing the extent to which an organisation is adequately managing cyber security risks in relation to the delivery of essential services?
•    Understanding Assessment methods and the Cyber Assessment Framework (CAF)
Panellist include: Director Aviation Security, Civil Aviation Authority, Head of Computing, University of Glasgow, Senior Engineer and co-Chair of the CANSO Europe expert group on cyber security, NATS

This two-day executive forum will include presentations, roundtable working groups and panel sessions. For more information, discounts on the show and updates, please join our mailing list.

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