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Aviation Cyber Resilience Project

Aviation Cyber Resilience Project

The Association of Asia Pacific Airlines, supported by the Qantas Group and working together with the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, the Singapore Ministry of Transport and Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore, are seeking to enhance and strengthen regional aviation cyber-resilience through a series of four capacity-building interactive workshops (over a 24 months period in 2018 and 2019). This public-private partnership will bring together diverse stakeholders from a number of Asia-Pacific countries across the aviation industry with a focus on risk awareness, strategic planning, strengthening resilience and fostering people-to-people links and networks that aims to position the Asia-Pacific as a global leader in aviation cyber-resilience

Aviation Cyber Resilience Workshop 1: Understanding the Interdependencies of the Aviation Cyber Ecosystem
7 February 2018 at the Singapore Aviation Academy (SAA)
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Aviation Cyber Resilience Workshop 2: Stakeholders Roles, Responsibilities and Collaboration
Date and venue to be advised

Aviation Cyber Resilience Workshop 3: Managing Perceptions, Communications and Media
Date and venue to be advised

Aviation Cyber Resilience Workshop 4: A Seamless Air Travel Experience - Balancing Security and Facilitation
Date and venue to be advised

AAPA is the trade association for international airlines based in the Asia-Pacific region, addressing a wide range of issues affecting air travel.
AAPA Member Airlines: Air Astana · All Nippon Airways · Asiana Airlines · Bangkok Airways · Cathay Pacific Airways · China Airlines · EVA Airways · Garuda Indonesia · Japan Airlines · Korean Air · Malaysia Airlines · Others · Philippine Airlines · Royal Brunei Airlines · Singapore Airlines · Thai Airways International