4th Cyber Security for Air Transport Summit 2020

04 Feb 2020 - 07 Feb 2020

4th Cyber Security for Air Transport
View event site Location: Singapore Organiser: Equip Global Pte Ltd Organiser Website: http://www.equip-global.com Organiser phone: +65 6376 0907 Organiser email: [email protected]

The 4th Cyber Security for Air Transport Summit sets foot in Singapore this 4-7 February 2020, providing a significant opportunity for the air transport industry to debate most prominent Cybersecurity issues and form business relationships on a global scale.

As the number of cyberthreats continues to grow exponentially every year, as does the sophistication of those threats. While cybersecurity remains high on the priority list for the air transport industry at large, faster progress towards implementation of concrete cyber prevention and management initiatives remains a challenge. Given the complexity and integrated nature of the air transport industry, the air transport industry needs to move far quicker in establishing proactive defenses to ensure we stay ahead of the game.

Bringing together high calibre Air Transport Cybersecurity leaders, Equip Global’s 4th Cyber Security for Air Transport Summit is the KEY EVENT for Airport Operators, Aviation Authorities, Air Navigation Service Providers and Airlines leaders to come together to build up a portfolio of cybersecurity solutions that help air transport industry organizations monitor, detect and manage cyber risks. It is only by collaborating as an industry that we can move forward faster and ensure our industry remains well protected and prepared!

Dedicated to helping organisations mitigate and combat top pressing Cybersecurity woes- the 4th Cyber Security for Air Transport Summit provides an exceptional platform where attendees gather to pool information, address concerns, discuss solutions and exchange ideas for the future development of Cybersecurity in the Air Transport industry.

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