The Human Factor in Aviation Cyber Resilience

Aviel (Avi) Tenenbaum

When we talk about cyber resilience, one thing is always at the forefront of our minds: people.

And it’s not just because they’re the ones who will be most affected by a cyber incident. It’s also because of how they interact with technology and each other, which can impact how well your organization handles cyber incidents.

So let’s take a look at what we mean when we say that people are the most important factor in aviation cyber resilience.

It has several aspects:

  • The attackers – we need to see through their eyes and predict their motivation
  • The aircrew – has to change the mindset and be aware of the possible cyber threats and how to deal with each one
  • All parties in the aviation industry – need to create a culture of collaboration and more openness to sharing information

It’s about a mindset change, and we are all in it together.

This is one of the main points emphasized today by our CEO, Aviel (Avi) Tenenbaum in the Aviation Panel at the Israel Aviation Cybersecurity Summit at #CyberWeek2022

Thank you Tamir Goren and all organizers involved, for a great conference and a meaningful aviation session!


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