DO-326A and ED-202A: An Introduction to the New and Mandatory Aviation Cyber-Security  Essentials
I.D. # C1949 Duration 2 Days

This course will introduce participants to industry best practices for real-world aviation cyber-security risk-assessment, development & assurance. Participants will learn the information necessary to help minimize DO-326/ED-202-set compliance risks and costs, while also optimizing cyber-security levels for the development, deployment and in-service phases Topics such as aircraft security aspects of safety, systems-approach to security, security planning, the airworthiness security process, and security effectiveness assurance will be covered. The entire ecosystem of aviation avionics software development will be revisited to include the DO-326/ED-202-Set as a new, integral member of the "classic" safety- oriented development process.


Learning Objectives
By attending this course, you will be able to:
  • Combine IT & OT cyber-security definitions, methods & considerations and relate them to aviation
  • Identify the background, references & processes that conceived the DO-326/ED-202-set and keep updating it, & the components & inter-relations of which it comprises
  • Integrate the DO-326/ED-202-set into the avionics development & certification processes
  • Apply DO-326/ED-202-set components, processes, steps, activities & objectives
  • Devise practical cyber- security certification strategies for avionics initial Airworthiness, modifications, COTS/pre-certified items selection and continued airworthiness
  • Prepare for upcoming FAA/EASA Aviation cyber-security mandates & recommendations

Who Should Attend
It is recommended that attendees have at least a college degree in a technical area along with a basic understanding of software or IT. To gain full benefit, it is recommended that attendees have at least some basic knowledge of safety-related airworthiness certification of avionics.
Instructor(s): Aharon David

Aharon DavidSince 1981, Mr. Aharon David has worked in engineering of software and systems avionics, including junior-to-senior technical management positions. Among other duties, Mr. David served as the commander of the Israeli Air Force's Avionics & Control Software- development Center (ACSC) and head of System-Engineering & Interoperability of the Israeli Missile Defense Organization (IMDO) ┐ and along the way developed, taught & commanded technical courses in the US and Israel, and was a speaker at international technical conferences. In recent years, Mr. David has been a senior advisor to the Civil Air Authority of Israel (CAAI), specifically on software certification and recently ┐ aviation Cyber-Security. Mr. David is currently a member of both RTCA's SC-216 & EUROCAE's WG-72 "Aeronautical Systems Security┐, and is the Chief WHO (White Hat Officer) of AFuzion-InfoSec, providing Aviation Cyber-Security Certification training & consulting services worldwide. Mr. David holds a BSc in Aerospace Engineering from the Technion ┐Israel's Institute of Technology, and an MBA from the Tel-Aviv University.


Fees: $1299 SAE Members: $1169
                                                                                

 

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