• Overview

    The objective of the Aviation Cyber Resilience Project is to bring together a diverse regional group of aviation stakeholders to interactively discuss the cyber threat challenge. The Project focuses on risk awareness, strategic planning, strengthening resilience and fostering people to people links and networks. Notwithstanding, the overall objective is positioning the Asia-Pacific as a global leader in aviation cyber resilience


    At Workshop 1, the cyber threat; risk landscape; the need and significance of cyber resilience; the importance of collaboration, cooperation, communication and trust; and the interdependencies of the aviation cyber ecosystem were discussed. For more information on Workshop 1 https://en.xing-events.com/STZTANL.html


    Workshop 2 built upon the outcomes of Workshop 1 and explored cyber resilience in Aviation. The workshop raised awareness of the impacts of a major cyber incident on the Aviation industry and highlighted the need to be proactive, strategically focused in approaches to evaluate what occurs before, during, and after a threat is encountered. For more information on Workshop 2 https://en.xing-events.com/AviationCyberResilienceWorkshop2.html


    Building upon Workshop 1 and 2, Workshop 3 continued to focus on the interdependencies and complexity of the aviation cyber ecosystems, and the evolving cyber threat landscape faced by aviation in the Asia Pacific. It discussed why aviation is a growing target for cyber-attacks and highlight some of the important factors, capabilities and strategy needed in order to enhance an organization’s people, processes, systems and technology to enable a robust cyber resilient system. The workshop discussed through table top exercises “how to get started” in enhancing cyber capabilities and identified some of the external resources and tools which are available to organisations today to support them in building their cyber strategies. It further addressed  how, on a limited budget, to balance risk management in a cost effective way to maximise an organisations’ cyber security capabilities and protection. For more information on Workshop 3 https://en.xing-events.com/AviationCyberResilienceWorkshop3.html


    Workshop 4 is the final session in a series of workshops of the Aviation Cyber Resilience Project. Workshop 4 aims to reinforce learnings and key outcomes from Workshop 1, 2 and 3. It will provide comprehensive insights into the current global regulatory framework surrounding cyber security for air transport and discuss the benefits of a cohesive and progressive regulatory environment that can better manage the ever evolving cyber threat. The workshop through interactive table top exercises will also highlight the important foundations and capabilities necessary to help start the journey towards a cyber-improvement plan. It will endeavour to introduce your organization on the importance of developing a strong cyber security culture. As the risk of cyber-attack is ever imminent, this workshop also aims to assist participants to navigate and implement effective internal and external communication plan in the event of a cyber incident. Finally, the workshop plans to discuss and identify cyber threats to the safety of flight, separating the truth from the myth which can help air transport industry to better focus on identifying and protecting critical systems.


    Cyber resilience and the long game!


    Participants will have the opportunity to engage with leaders from across industry and gain first hand experience of the challenges of cyber incidents on Air operations posed through a simulated cyber event. Thereby deepening their understanding of the collective responsibility to adopt a cyber incident response framework which integrates with an organizational crisis management framework

    Note: All participants must register online prior to their attendance to the workshop. Registration to the workshop is free for all participants, there are no fees associated with attending the event.  It must be noted space is limited, and therefore registration will be on first-come, first-served basis. Early registrations are highly recommended due to the high number of expected delegates

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Aviation Cyber Resilience Project Workshop 4


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    Event venue address

    Eastin Grand Hotel Sathorn 33/1 South Sathon Road 10120 33/1 S Sathon Rd, Khwaeng Yan Nawa, Khet Sathon, Krung Thep Maha Nakhon 10120, Thailand Thailand
    Is the venue wheelchair friendly? Yes
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