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SITA and Airbus join the 2nd Annual Aviation Cyber Security Summit

The 2nd Annual Aviation Cyber Security Summit will take place November 6/7th 2018 in London United Kingdom at the Royal Aeronautical Society, hosted by the Cyber Senate. We are pleased to announce new exhibitors SITA will be joining us again in 2018

SITA is the communications and IT solution provider that transforms air travel through technology for airlines, at airports, on aircraft and at borders. Our portfolio covers everything from managed global communications and infrastructure services, to eAircraft, passenger management, baggage, self-service, airport and border management solutions. Owned 100% by more than 400 air transport industry members, we have a unique understanding of air transport industry needs and place a strong emphasis on technology innovation. Visit www.sita.aero

This year we will be continuing our discussions on public and private information sharing, as well as how we are able to ensure supply chain and 3rd party risk. IOT is extremely important, but we also collectively need to address how we are going to mitigate risk in the satellite eco system.


AVCIP2018
Aviation Cyber Security Summit

London United Kingdom
November 6/7 2018
www.aviationcybersec.com


Interests in our show? Contact marketing@cybersenate.com 

Past Attendees included


Gambia Civil Aviation Authority, GCAA, Helios, IOActive, Inmarsat, Irish Aviation Authority, LATAM Airlines, LogRhythm, Los Angeles World Airports, McCarran International Airport, Manchester Airports Group (MAG), ATS, NATS, NAV CANADA, NCSC, Qatar Airways, S7 IT, SITA, SonAir, SriLankan Airlines Limited, Tallinn University of Technology, University of Glasgow, University of Oxford, Air Botswana, Airport Lublin, Athens International Airport S.A.,  Atlantic Council Cyber Statecraft Initiative, Bristol Airport, Brussels Airport Company, CERT-EU/ EASA, Copenhagen Airports, Department for Transport,  EasyJet, Edinburgh Airport Limited, Edmonton Airports, ENAV, ENISA, Ethiopian Civil Aviation Authority, Eurocontrol, Flybe, Fort McMurray Airport Authority and more


Who 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 cyber security issues across key smart infrastructure sectors such as Energy, Healthcare, Utilities, and Transport, to further progress public and private cybersecurity information sharing.

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