Is your organization vulnerable to malicious cyber-attacks? Recent victims in the aviation industry, including both airports and airlines, learned the hard way that vulnerabilities existed. And such vulnerabilities may be magnified due to circumstances stemming from coronavirus.
Your organization doesn’t have to be next. Learn how the Israel Airports Authority (IAA) has been combating threats with Managed Detection and Response (MDR), an advanced managed security concept that provides threat intelligence, threat hunting, security monitoring, incident analysis, and incident response during the IAA/AAAE/IAAE Cybersecurity Webinar, 9-11 a.m. (U.S. Eastern time), Wednesday, July 15, 2020.
The COVID-19 health emergency has increased cyber vulnerabilities, especially in the aviation sector. This has lead to increased focus by TSA and others on airport operators’ cybersecurity best practices, including an on-going Special Emphasis Assessment on adoption of cybersecurity best practices outlined in TSA Information Circular 17-03B. This webinar will help to sharpen your airport’s cybersecurity preparedness and facilitate adoption of industry and government best practices for cybersecurity.
In this webinar, Roee Laufer, head of IAA’s Cyber division, and Ami Tsarfati, director of IAA's security operations center and MDR service, will share their insights into the world of MDR in an engaging panel discussion format.
You’ll learn what you need to know about:
- Phishing domains
- Phishing Emails
- Fraud and Hoax
- Fake mobile App
- Remote Work Vulnerabilities
- Threat Actors (State sponsored)
Tsarfati will conclude the webinar with valuable recommendations and takeaways that recap the training.