Cybersecurity Threats to the Aerospace & Defense Industry

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March 20, 2019 9:00 AM PT
1 hour

The aerospace and defense industrial complex is frequently targeted by threat actors hoping to steal sensitive technology. However, there are steps your company can take to prevent or lessen the impact of security breaches.

Join us for a webcast addressing methods for strengthening your company’s cybersecurity defenses. We’ll discuss US government and Aerospace Industries Association (AIA) guidelines as well as key points, including:

  • Industry-specific threats
  • How threat actors target aerospace and defense companies
  • How to keep sensitive data secure


Mark Edwards, CISSP, CISM, Senior Director of Cybersecurity, Moss Adams

Mark is an information security veteran who has been solving corporate cybersecurity problems since 2001. His background includes experience working as a global cybersecurity and privacy consultant covering a wide range of industry groups, regulations (GDPR, PCI, HIPAA, CFS, etc.), and frameworks (NIST, ISO, HITRUST CSF, COBIT, etc.). He helps commercial entities be protected from cyber theft and digital losses through his deep technical understanding of security technologies and solutions as well as a strong knowledge of global threats and compliance requirements.

Francis Tam, Partner, Moss Adams

Francis has practiced public accounting with a focus on risk and compliance consulting since 1994. He concentrates on risk mitigation activities relating to information technology and security. His expertise includes the application of industry-specific cybersecurity frameworks including the payment card industry (PCI-DSS) security framework, National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) cybersecurity framework, AICPA’s system and organization controls (SOC 1-2-3) guidance, and others.

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