No matter how many challenges your aviation company is facing, the silver lining is that you don't work for Baudelaire Aerospace. However, you may still have a few things in common. For example:
- Do you rely on third party vendors to provide key services like accounting, customer support, software development, or manufacturing?
- Do you have research contracts with foreign universities?
- Do you have overseas offices and a corporate intranet that connects with foreign telecommunications providers?
If you answered yes to any of these questions, here’s another one for you:
Is learning how to defend your valuable intellectual property from cyberattacks worth a day out of your schedule?
Join us to hear about Baudelaire Aerospace, a medium-sized, diversified corporation operating in multiple business segments around the world, and the series of unfortunate events that devastated this once promising enterprise.
You will learn from experts on some of the most common cyber threats:
- malicious insiders
- compromised vendors
- doing business outside of the United States
- exploited electronic devices, and more
Through facilitated discussions, you will use the example of Baudelaire Aerospace to discuss real-world examples of cyber
challenges, learn how to safeguard your assets, and walk away with best practices that can be implemented back at the office.
We know that
cybersecurity is a whole of enterprise effort and expect the audience to reflect this with representatives from across the community—from design and engineering to management and leadership.
($95 by 15 May; $145 after. Select Registrant Type: Symposium and check the Cybersecurity Symposium box when registering)
NEW: Protocol: Aerospace Cybersecurity News
In December 2016, AIAA launched the new e-newsletter Protocol: Aerospace Cybersecurity News, the cyber intelligence connection for aerospace professionals.
Be sure to sign up for our free monthly newsletter Protocol: Aerospace Cybersecurity News