Training

2nd ENISA training on aviation cybersecurity co-organized with EASA

The EU Cybersecurity Agency ENISA and the European Aviation Safety Agency EASA, will host the second training on cybersecurity in aviation on the 29th and 30th of May in Athens.

Time
May 29, 2018 10:00 to May 30, 2018 17:55
Place
Vasilissis Sofias 1, Marousi, Attiki, Greece
Registration

How to reach ENISA premises: https://www.enisa.europa.eu/about-enisa/contact/enisa-premises

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The goal is to provide an overview of the cybersecurity threat landscape for aviation’s information infrastructures, an introduction of the Network and Information Security Directive and to deliver the second ENISA training on Incident Handling, customized for the aviation sector. The main goal of the training is to inform cybersecurity professionals in aviation sector on the latest cyber threats, on the handling of cyber incidents and provide a starting point for the challenges ahead.

The principal aim of the training is to inform cybersecurity professionals in aviation sector on the latest cyber threats, on the handling of cyber incidents and provide a starting point for the challenges ahead. The training addresses to professionals having incident handling/artefacts analysis in their job description.

The goal is to provide

  • overview of the cyber security threat landscape for aviation information infrastructure,
  • introduction of the Network and Information Security Directive
  • ENISA technical training on Incident Handling and artefacts forensics customized for the aviation sector. In details the training will include
    • Triage and basic incident handling
    • Artefact analysis
    • Malware analysis

Participants should have a good understanding of:

  • Operating System Concepts
  • Fundamentals of networking
  • Basic research skills   

The training is a customization of ENISA trainings  based on the 2016 ENISA report on threat modeling and security measures for airports and relevant stakeholders  “Securing smart airports”.

The target audiences are airports, national aviation authorities, air carriers, air traffic control and international organizations interested to train their cyber security professionals in incident handling.

If you wish to participate, please send an email to cybersec@easa.europa.eu before 20 April 2018, providing your name, organisation, short bio, motivation and contact details.

As places are limited, successful registration will be confirmed by email by 27 April 2018. Please note that only one representative per organisation will be confirmed. Draft agenda can be found here.

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