The risks of a cyber attack to a business or critical national infrastructure asset (airports, tunnels, highways, railways, energy, water, telecommunications) are increasing. It is a case of ‘not if, but when’ and organisations must consider how they protect themselves from attack rather than viewing this as an inevitability. Whether you are a business or a critical national infrastructure operator, the business and operational risks are massive.
In a candid discussion, William Cox, chief executive officer of Aurecon will share his organisation’s experience of being ‘hacked’ and André Schneider, CEO of Geneva Airport will discuss protecting critical national infrastructure from attack.
- William Cox, Chief Executive Officer, Aurecon
- André Schneider, CEO, Genève Aéroport