• 8-9 November, 2017
  • AGENDA

Per invitation only
The conference will be conducted in English and Polish
The Krakow conference will build on the discussion held during the High Level Meeting on Cybersecurity in Civil Aviation held in Bucharest on 8-9 November 20161 and during the High Level Conference on Drones held in Warsaw on 23-24 November 2016.2
The aim of the conference is to discuss the progress achieved so far, including institutional set-up, legislation advancement, risk assessment methodology, cybersecurity promotion, research activities, commitments and resources devoted to cybersecurity and to establish a ground for the future European strategy for Cybersecurity in Aviation and the Cybersecurity Road Map that will define the future EU actions that have to be undertaken in order to ensure a secure environment for aviation.
At the end of the first day of the conference on 8th of November 2017 it is planned to adopt the Krakow Declaration.

Tuesday 7th of November

Arrival of participants

19:00

Welcome Reception

DAY 1

Wednesday 8th of November (HIGH LEVEL MEETING)

9:00 – 9:30

Registration

9:30 – 10:30

Welcome and introduction

  • Mr. Marek Chodkiewicz, Vice-Minister of Infrastructure and Construction
  • Mr. Patrick Ky, Executive Director of EASA
  • Mr. Piotr Samson, President of the Polish Civil Aviation Authority (DGCA)

10:30 – 12:00

Panel 1: The world is not enough – Setting the scene

Panellists:

  • Mr. Krzysztof Silicki, Undersecretary of State, Ministry of Digitalisation, Poland
  • Ms. Ingrid Cherfils, President, European Civil Aviation Conference
  • Mr. Rafael Schvartzman, Regional Vice President Europe, IATA
  • Mr. Eric Vautier, Chief Information Security Officer of Groupe ADP (ACI Europe)
  • Mr. Vincent De Vroey, Civil Aviation Director, ASD

Moderator: Mr. Luc Tytgat, Strategy and Safety management Director, EASA

12:00 – 13:30

Lunch

13:30 – 15:15

Panel 2: Planes, trains, ships and automobiles: Cyber in the Multi-modal Transport Context

Panellists:

  • Mr. Carlos Mestre, Head of Security Unit, DG MOVE, European Commission
  • Mr. Markku Mylly, Executive Director of EMSA
  • Mr. Josef Doppelbauer, Executive Director of ERA
  • Mr. Evangelos Ouzounis, Head of Secure Infrastructure and Services Unit, ENISA

Moderator: Mr. Luc Tytgat, Strategy and Safety management Director, EASA

15:15 – 15:45

Coffee break

15:45 – 17:00

Panel 3: Groundhog day: The Impact of Cyber on European Civil Aviation

Panellists:

  • Mr. Piotr Samson, President of CAA Poland
  • Mr. Pekka Henttu, Director General of CAA Finland
  • Mr. Armand Petrescu , Director General of CAA Romania
  • Mrs. Emma Simpson, Head of Emerging Technology/Innovation Team, CAA UK

Moderator: Ms. Ingrid Cherfils, President of ECAC, Swedish Transport Agency

17:00 – 17:30

Conclusions of the day and adoption of Krakow Declaration

  • Mr. Patrick Ky, Executive Director of EASA
  • Mr. Piotr Samson, President of the Polish Civil Aviation Authority

19:00

Gala Dinner (limited places available / upon invitation only)

DAY 2

Thursday 9th of November (TECHNICAL WORKSHOP)

9:30 – 11:00 

Panel 1: False sense of safety

Panellists:

  • Mr. Jose L. Gonzalez, Director of ATM European Programmes, INDRA
  • Mr. Žarko Sivčev, Advisor to Director, Eurocontrol NM
  • Mr. Hugo Teso, Head of Aviation Cyber Security Services, F-secure
  • Mr. Cyrille Rosay, Senior Expert Cybersecurity, EASA

Moderator: Mr. Luc Tytgat, Strategy and Safety management Director, EASA

11:00 – 11:30 

Coffee break

11:30 – 13:00 

Panel 2: How to SWIM securely

Panellists:

  • Mr. David Bowen, Chief ATM, SESAR JU
  • Mr. Piotr Zawisza, Deputy Director in PANSA
  • Mrs. Patrizia Montefusco, Leonardo
  • Mr. Francesco Di Maio, ENAV – CANSO

Moderator: Mr. Luc Tytgat, Strategy and Safety management Director, EASA

13:00 – 14:00

Lunch

14:00 – 15:30 

Panel 3: The strength of the chain (end to end certification)

Panellists:

  • Mrs. Helena Hallauer, Swiss Federal Office of Civil Aviation
  • Mr. John Hurley, Chief Technology Officer, Ryanair
  • Mrs. Nathalie Feyt, THALES
  • Mr. Mirosław Sadluk, IT Director, Polish Airports
  • Mr. Łukasz Bromirski, CTO at Cisco Systems

Moderator: Mr. Luc Tytgat, Strategy and Safety management Director, EASA

15:30 – 16:00 

Conclusion of the day

Mr. Piotr Samson, President of PL CAA and Mr. Patrick Ky, Executive Director of EASA

Departure of participants

1 The Bucharest Declaration called for European coordinated approach to cybersecurity in aviation, tasking the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) to facilitate the European Strategic Coordination Platform (ESCP) and encouraging national aviation authorities to set up an aviation sector-specific Computer Security Incident Response Team, closely collaborating with the European Union Agency for Network and Information Security (ENISA) and European Centre for Cyber Security in Aviation (ECCSA) on the European level, and to organise the sharing of information.
2 The Warsaw Declaration called for a swift development of a drone ecosystem and confirmed the need to tackle, in a timely manner, security issues, including cyber-security, and to enhance cooperation between security, defence and safety actors.

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