Kunal Anand is Imperva’s chief technology officer (CTO). Kunal joined Imperva when Prevoty, a company he co-founded in 2013 and where he served as CTO, was acquired by Imperva in August 2018. Before joining Prevoty, he was the director of technology at BBC Worldwide. Kunal has a deep history of innovation and technical expertise, and has held roles leading security, data, technology, and engineering at Gravity, MySpace, and the NASA Jet Propulsion Lab. He holds a B.S. from Babson College.
Enterprise Security and Data Protection: Trends & Technologies
Protect your Critical Assets from the Ever-changing Attacks of Cybercriminals
Securing your data from attacks and simplifying regulatory compliance is crucial for online business. In this session, I will share the priorities of global CISOs today and how they are using technology collaboration to do both in 4 key steps:-
Juan is the Manager responsible for the EASA team dealing with cybersecurity in aviation, and for the coordination of all activities related to the aviation cybersecurity strategy, including rulemaking, information sharing, competence building, research and international collaboration and harmonisation.
Juan has a master degree in aeronautical engineering, and has also a long experience in the airworthiness domain, including 10 years responsible at EASA for the continuing airworthiness regulations, and 14 years in the industry at different manufacturers and airlines.
Since November 2016, he is also the Chairman of the ICAO Airworthiness Panel.
Strengthening the Resiliency of the Cyberspace
A Robust and Flexible Regulatory Framework for the Management of Aviation Information Security Risks
One of the main pillars of the European aviation cybersecurity strategy is the development of a robust and flexible regulatory framework that efficiently contributes to the protection of the aviation system from cyberattacks and their consequences. And one of the main activities of EASA currently involves the introduction of provisions for Information Security Management Systems and for reporting of information security incidents. These provisions are intended to apply to competent authorities and organisations in all aviation domains (i.e. design, production, management of continuing airworthiness, maintenance, air operations, aircrew, air traffic management/air navigation services (ATM/ANS), and aerodromes), including high-level, performance-based requirements, which will be supported by acceptable means of compliance (AMC), guidance material (GM), and industry standards.