Cyber Security Capabilities live in action on booth 531 in Hall 12
Airbus Defence and Space is highlighting its Cyber Defence Center on its booth amongst a broad portfolio of cyber security products and services at it-sa 2016, taking place from October 18th to 20th in Nuremberg. The products and services are to provide sustainable protection against increasingly complex cyber-attacks for industries and governmental organisations in Germany and across the world.
Airbus Defence and Space experts will show the detection and analysis of cyber-attacks and the reaction to them in a “Cyber Defence Centre” live on the booth. Frequent procedures of hackers will be reconstructed and the counter-activities of experts will be shown using Cyber Defence solutions.
Cyber Defence Centers are operated 24/7 by utilizing tools and experts’ know-how from three European locations, all contributing to a daily growing threat intelligence. The expert services include prevention of attacks by supervising IT infrastructures, early detection of attacks and adequate response.
Another focus is the new offering for Industrial Control Systems including risk analysis and security monitoring for critical infrastructures as well as industries. It identifies areas for security improvement and provides customer specific benchmark against international standards and best-practises.
Airbus Defence and Space will also present its Secure Exchange Gateway, which is accredited by the German Federal Office for Information Security. This solution allows secure information exchange across security domains with different classification.
- Presentation at stand No 531 in Hall 12 at the Nuremberg Exhibition Center.
About Airbus Defence and Space
Airbus Defence and Space, a division of Airbus Group, is Europe’s number one defence and space enterprise and the second largest space business worldwide. Its activities include space, military aircraft and related systems and services. It employs more than 38,000 people and in 2015 generated revenues of over 13 billion Euros.
CyberSecurity, a business cluster within Airbus Defence and Space, provides companies, critical national infrastructures and government and defence organisations with reliable, high-performance products and services to detect, analyse and counter increasingly sophisticated cyber attacks.