EASA Compliant Organization Cyber Security Responsibilities

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Brochure ButtonThis course is designed to provide participants with a comprehensive understanding of the fundamental concepts and principles of cyber security as it applies to the aviation industry. In today’s interconnected world, aviation systems are increasingly reliant on digital technologies, making them vulnerable to cyber threats. This course aims to equip learners with the knowledge and skills necessary to protect aviation operations and maintenance environments from cyber-attacks.

The possibility for malicious aviation cyber acts continues to threaten the integrity of the aviation system and the potential grows almost daily. A continuing challenge is a task of identifying potential cyber vulnerabilities across many different and often complex aviation systems, some integrated and some disparate.

Whilst the current threat of cyber-attacks linked to terrorism in the aviation industry is assessed as low, the potential for opportunistic malware type of cyber-attacks is ever-present.

EASA will require the following business domains to meet new Cyber Security Objectives:

- Production & Design organizations

- Air operators

- Maintenance organizations

- Continuing airworthiness management organizations (CAMOs)

- Training organizations

- Aero-medical centres

- Operators of flight simulation training devices (FSTDs)

- Air traffic management/air navigation services (ATM/ANS) providers

- U-space service providers and single common information service providers

- Aerodrome operators and apron management service providers)

Sofema Aviation Services and Sofema Online are pleased to provide Competent Authorities and Industry Stake Holders with a comprehensive understanding of the key steps to be taken to meet regulatory and organization obligations.


1. Cyber Security Terms and Definitions
2. Cyber Security Introduction & Awareness
3. ICAO Cyber Security Regulatory Drivers
4. Considerations Related to the Requirements of IR (EU) 2023/203 27 October 2022 - Information Security
5. Information Security Management System (ISMS) Requirements DR EU 2022_1645
6. Cyber Security - Aviation Systems Threat Considerations
7. Aviation Cyber Security Domain Specific Consideration
8. Addressing Aviation Cyber Security Emergencies
9. Developing an EASA Compliant Cyber Security Audit Checklist
10. Developing Aviation Cyber Risk Mitigation Strategies
11. Using Aviation Cyber Security Assessment Tools to identify Related Risk Challenges


Regulatory Authority Members, Accountable Managers, and Proposed Nominated Persons (NP) Across All Aviation Business Domains including Flight OPS, Maintenance Planning (CAMO) and Maintenance OPS (145), Crew Training and Ground Ops, Compliance Monitoring Managers (Quality Managers) and Auditors, Safety & Security Managers.


To consider the Key elements required to ensure your organization takes all necessary steps to protect the organization, develop contingency plans and achieve regulatory compliance.


Course type: Presentation without voice over
Duration equivalent to 1-day classroom training
Category: Safety Management System (SMS) & Security
Price: 85 EUR


3 to 5 courses/delegates - 5%
6 to 10 courses/delegates - 10%
11 to 24 courses/delegates - 15%
25 to 49 courses/delegates - 20%
> 50 courses/delegates - 25%

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