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The Cybertech Forum for the Airport and Aviation Industry

Airports around the world have become victim to large and small-scale attacks–both physical and also in the cyber realm. As an industry highly reliant on Information Technology and communications, the aviation industry is a frequent point of attack for malicious actors.

In this seminar, stakeholders will discuss the multiple vulnerable points found within the aviation industry, and the essential role of cyber when formulating a comprehensive security strategy for airports. This insightful session will focus primarily on threats to the civilian aviation industry–from securing the integrity of world’s largest air hubs to protecting individual flyer data.  

Join us as we learn about cyber and its impact within the aviation space.

In collaboration with 


The session is open to all attendees with relevant conference credentials
Participation is subject to final approval.


Pavilion 2, 2nd Floor, Hall A
Opening: Aviation Cyber Posture

Roee Laufer, CISO, Israel Airport Authority 

Case study, Hacking Airlines - Strategic intelligence

Ronen lago, CTO,CYE

MOT - Ministry of Transportation Airlines, Cyber Challenge - a National Perspective

Dvir Rubinstein, Ministry of Transportation, ASOC 

Interactive Simulation

Roee Laufer, Cyber Incident Response & Handling Simulation. Audience Actively Participle Via Interactive Polls