In the modern aviation world, aviation systems are advancing in capabilities via network or the internet connections. This makes cybersecurity of the utmost importance. Network, internet and other connections make aviation systems vulnerable to cybersecurity attacks. Cybersecurity hardening is key to keeping aviation systems secure, safe, and reliable. Lives and flights depend on it. This calls for security to be built into systems during planning, development, deployment and the operating lifecycle. Join this expert discussion with aviation and cybersecurity experts as they discuss:

• The cybersecurity challenges facing modern aviation systems development
• Why cybersecurity hardening is the key to hardware and software threat protection
• The latest technologies and methods required for strong cybersecurity hardening
• Top methods for providing cybersecurity throughout an aviation systems lifecycle
Thu, Sep 9, 2021 · 12:00 PM Eastern Time (US & Canada) (GMT -4:00)
Paul Parkinson
Director, Field Engineering, EMEA A&D, Wind River
Paul Parkinson has been working with Wind River’s aerospace and defense customers for over 20 years. His professional interests include integrated modular avionics, information assurance and cyber security. Paul was elected to Fellow of the Institution of Engineering & Technology (IET) in 2014.
Dale Reese
President, Idaho Scientific
Woodrow Bellamy III
Editor in Chief
Woodrow Bellamy III is the editor-in-chief of Avionics. Over the past five years, he has been covering a wide range of topics, including aircraft internet connectivity, next-generation airspace modernization and federally mandated avionics equipage for Avionics. In June 2017, he was recognized with The Bill Gunston Technology Writer of the Year Award.
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