The aviation sector is widely identified as having been acutely wounded by the Covid-19 virus, albeit this is far from the only challenge it has faced. Commercial uncertainty as a result of Brexit is one issue, the 737 MAX scandal is another, while the dangers of cyber threats to aircraft remain very real and terrorist threats ever present. In all this what has been happening in airport security? How have airlines and airports worked together, or have they? What have been the key lessons learnt? What has been the impact on security staff? How have their working patterns changed? How will airport security evolve as we move to a new normal? This webinar will discuss:
What are the key changes that have taken place in aviation security and what impact are they having?
What are now the main threats to aviation security?
What does the future of aviation security look like?
Ali Alharthy – Team Lead Center of Excellence for Security and Crisis Management at OQ (Oman)
Andy Kynoch – Managing Director at ICTS UK & IRELAND
Geoffrey Moore – Security Consultant at Arup (Hong Kong)