In-flight Hacking Prevention Roundtable and Virgin Atlantic Case Study
Join us February 25th, 2021 for two sessions: Cybersecurity Roundtable 9:30 - 10:30 AM EST followed by Virgin Atlantic Case Study 11:00 - 11:30 AM EST
About Connected Aviation Intelligence Webcast Series
The Connected Aviation Intelligence series is back for its first live sessions of 2021. Aviation professionals across every segment of the connected aircraft and broader aerospace technology ecosystem will not want to miss this one-day program presented by the brands behind the annual Global Connected Aircraft Summit.

Starting the program at 09:30 ET on Thursday Feb. 25, three cybersecurity experts with real experience performing penetration testing and ethical hacking research provide insight on how to prevent sophisticated hacking methods of connected avionics systems. The second and final session of the day starts at 11:00 AM ET with a connected airline case study presented by Virgin Atlantic's In-flight Entertainment and Connectivity (IFEC) manager Mark S Cheyney. He will discuss Virgin Atlantic’s passenger IFEC usage trends, the impact of COVID-19 on operations and Virgin's ongoing participation in the Seamless Air Alliance, among other topics.

Both sessions will feature an interactive question and answer session between the audience and guest speakers moderated by Avionics International Editor-in-Chief Woodrow Bellamy III. Registrants are encouraged to submit questions ahead of time to be asked during the Q&A periods.
Sessions in this Series
  • Preventing Modern In-flight Connectivity Cyber Attacks
    Join this virtual roundtable of cybersecurity experts with experience researc...
  • Connected Airline Case Study: Virgin Atlantic
    Mark Cheyney, In-flight Connectivity Development Manager for Virgin Atlantic,...
Join us on February 25!
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