The ISH, which opened beginning of 2018, is a world-class cyber-security competence centre that builds a powerful coalition of experts to develop, train and implement the right strategies, tools and talents to defend the industry against all cyber-threats. Marc Lindike, Head of ISH, tells us more.
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As new security threats impose themselves on airport systems – including drones, insider threats, cyber-hackers and planned acts of terrorism – International Airport Review spoke to three individuals involved in the security sector to explore their views of airport security, their visions for the future, and the advice they can…
Automate airport processes with a converged cyber-physical Identity Management and Credentialing System
Ruby Deol, Chief Operating Officer, AlertEnterprise, discusses how deployment of a converged cyber-physical Identity Management and Credentialing System (IMCS) can help airports automate their processes.
Roni Tidhar, Israel Airports Authority’s Head of International Consulting Services – Commercial branch, discusses how airports must consider and adapt their security procedures in the evolving airspace.
Letter from the Editor: Collaborative thinking and shared learning is key to developing IT and security in our industry
With airports constantly challenged to keep up with the opportunities and associated risks brought about by advances in technology, Tara Nolan looks ahead to this year's Airport IT & Security conference for some answers.
26 July 2019 | By Airport IT & Security 2019
It was only a matter of time – the threat landscape has changed.
ECCSA was initiated in response to a call to action by the European Commission and aviation stakeholders and is supported by EASA.
NCSC reveals that a fake email address from an unnamed UK airport was used to try and scam more than 200,000 people.
AlertEnterprise caught Los Angeles World Airports' eye with its new identity management and credentialing system.
David Ryder, Head of Aviation Security at ACI EUROPE emphasises how there is no one particular threat in the aviation sector. If you let your guard slip in one aspect, then the whole system is vulnerable.
Artificial intelligence, alongside proper training and education, can manage even the worst of security breaches into a positive outcome for airports and their users, says Kristina Dores, Chief, Aerodromes & Ground Aids at Namibia Civil Aviation Authority, and Brad Hayes, CTO at Circadence Corporation. However, the key question is when…
In this issue, find out about how artificial intelligence can manage even the worst of cyber-security breaches; how to ensure increasing drone traffic in Europe’s skies can be managed safely, and various approaches to enhancing non-aeronautical revenues.
Delving deep into the airport IT and security sectors, our recent survey results offer opinions from industry professionals across the globe.
ACI has released new guidance material on cybersecurity, addressing insider threat, airport business continuity, and customer experience following the World Annual General Assembly, Conference and Exhibition, which was hosted by Hong Kong International Airport from 2-4 April 2019.
ACI World have launched a new handbook which explores the current global threat within aviation and offers different measures and solutions to the threat.