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Cybersecurity expert Matt Shreeve will be joining fellow industry experts at an upcoming SESAR Knowledge Transfer Network workshop on Vulnerabilities and Global Security of the CNS/ATM systems on the 27th of March, Brussels.
The workshop will debate common vulnerabilities of current systems and how to mitigate its associated risks. It will also discuss new technologies for the next generation of systems in order to develop secure-by-design architectures and applications. The aim is to help identify what further research is needed to achieve a cyber-resilient, fault tolerant, scalable, efficient and flexible system of systems, where data can be securely exchanged among stakeholders while respecting confidentiality.
Matt Shreeve will be joined by Ruben Flohr, SESAR JU to discuss the 'State of the art in CNS / ATM security research' from 10:00am.
If you would like further information or to meet up, please contact Matt Shreeve.