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Cybersecurity and aircraft data management

Cybersecurity and aircraft data management
28 March 2024 @ 18 h 00 min – 22 h 30 min
Air formation
14 Av. Escadrille Normandie Niemen
31700 Blagnac

Cybersecurity and aircraft data management are two interrelated topics that concern the protection and utilization of the information systems and data used for civil aviation purposes. Cybersecurity refers to the prevention and mitigation of cyber threats, such as unauthorized access, use, modification, or destruction of information systems and networks. Aircraft data management refers to the collection, transmission, storage, analysis, and application of data generated and consumed by aircraft and related stakeholders. Both cybersecurity and aircraft data management aim to enhance the safety, security, efficiency, and performance of air operations.
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With Julien Touzeau, Head of Cybersecurity Consulting Airbus Protect. Prior to this role, Julien was the Head of Security and Crisis Management for Airbus Americas in Washington, DC, an extension from his previous role as Product Security Director for Airbus Americas, in charge of the security of Airbus civil helicopters, airplanes and UAS throughout their lifecycle.

Prior to that he was the global Head of Product Security for Airbus Helicopters, where he set up the product security office and deployed a company-wide Product Security Management System.

His other Airbus assignments include senior management roles in Aircraft Security.

Julien started his career in the IT Security Consulting world after a master’s degree in Chemical Engineering, Systems Engineering, with an MBA from HEC Paris.

Practical information

Location :
Air formation – 14 Av. Escadrille Normandie Niemen, 31700 Blagnac

Date : March 28, 2024

Schedule : 6pm to 10:30pm

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