ATCA presents Aviation Cybersecurity Interactive Roundtable Discussion - Exploring the "How"


Tuesday, September 21, 2021 from 3:15 PM to 4:45 PM EDT
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Deborah Brice, 
Air Traffic Control Association 
703-299-2430 x306 


You must be registered for ATCA presents Aviation Cybersecurity to participate in this Roundtable. Complimentary registration types are available to government employees and members of the armed forces. If you haven't already, please register for the ATCA presents Aviation Cybersecurity HERE. Non-registrants who sign up for this roundtable will be not be sent log-in credentials.

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JMA Solutions

In an environment that requires the utmost safety and redundancy, cyberthreats are particularly dangerous. Aviation and cybersecurity experts from across the country join in the conversation as ATCA once again delves into the intricacies of protecting our National Airspace System (NAS) and the flying public. Our programming series provides a fresh perspective on the impact of federal cybersecurity policies, industry initiatives, and cyber activity on engineering and operations in light of recent domestic and international cyber attacks.

Abstract: The US Senate Committee on Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs just released its August 2021 report, “Federal Cybersecurity: America’s Data Still at Risk.”  What this report finds is stark. Inspectors general identified many of the same issues that have plagued federal agencies for more than a decade. In fact, according to agency inspectors general, the average grade of the large Federal agencies’ overall information security maturity was a C-. What will it take to achieve success based on the recommendations set forth in this report and in the cybersecurity executive orders? What stands in the way of establishing a robust level of cybersecurity and cyber resilience given the cyber threats experienced these last several months alone? What other changes can we expect as organizations and individuals? Where might small changes across people, process, and technology lead to greater, favorable results? Join us for our next ATCA Roundtable Networking event and explore these questions and more.

Table Leads:
Steve Oliver, FAA
Dan Edwards, SAIC
Frank Buck, MITRE
Michelle Head, LS Technologies

There is very limited seating at this event. All ATCA Tech Symposium registrants are invited to register. We will run a waitlist, so please be conscientious and send notification if you register and are unable to attend. We love to clear our waitllists!