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RAeS Washington, DC Branch | Cyber Security in International Aviation

  • 08 Feb 2018
  • 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
  • Embassy of New Zealand, 37 Observatory Cir NW, Washington, DC 20008


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Cyber Security in International Aviation – A Problem of Trust Obscured by a Cloud of Technology

Panel discussion

February 8, 2017, 6-8 PM



The session will include an open discussion of the size and scope of the cyber threat facing the global aviation ecosystem.     It will also introduce a variety of techniques –operational, technical, and architectural – that can be used to build a global trust framework that can help secure the global system that exists today, and allow it to safety expand to meets the needs of the future.

Guest Panel Speakers

  • Gerald Dillingham, Director, Civil Aviation Issues, U.S. General Accountability Office
  • Jerry Hancock, Director Aviation Cybersecurity, Inmarsat
  • Rob Segers, Information Security Systems Engineer, FAA  
  • Scott C. Simon, Senior Aviation Analyst, National Aviation Intelligence Integration Office



  • William R. Voss FRAeS, Chairman, Royal Aeronautical Society, Washington DC Branch


Embassy of New Zealand,
37 Observatory Cir NW, Washington, DC 20008


Online registration only

Registration Deadline: Midnight, February 6th, 2017

Free for RAeS Washington, DC Branch members

$15 for students

$25 for non-members

Become a member: $55/year. Payments processed through PayPal


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Lee Harman (Event Chairman) - (610) 405-6790 


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