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Nicole Keeley , Civil Aviation Authority, Head of Cyber Security Oversight presents Wednesday November 6th, 10:30am-11:00am @ Copthorne Tara Hotel London Kensington for the 3rd annual Aviation Cybersecurity Summit in London with the Cyber Senate. www.aviationcybersec.com
Nicole leads the team responsible for regulatory cyber security oversight, for aviation in the UK. Her aim is to have a proportionate and effective approach that enables aviation to manage cyber security risks without compromising aviation safety, security or resilience (with a particular focus on critical national infrastructure). Having worked in a variety of industries in various GRC and technical information security roles, she loves the interconnected and diverse nature of aviation.
Mrs Keeley will discuss:
Some of the strategic challenges and decisions we’ve made to enable our oversight approach for aviation.
With varying regulations and scope how do we achieve consistency and clarity?
Determining appropriateness and proportionality as a regulator. A collaborative approach.
So…. That skills shortage. Resourcing and operating models.