2021 Year of Security Culture

2021 Year of Security Culture

The Resolution 40-11 was adopted by the 40th Session of the ICAO Assembly. It requested ICAO to continue work on the development of tools to enhance security awareness and security culture, making it a priority and designating 2020 as the Year of Security Culture (YOSC).

With the COVID-19 pandemic severely impacting aviation in 2020, the ICAO Council decided to extend the YOSC to 2021.

Additionally, 2021 will commemorate the 20th Anniversary of 9/11 the worst acts of unlawful interference in the history of aviation. The importance of understanding the threat to aviation and promoting best practices in security throughout all aviation operations is therefore imperative.

More on the Year of Security Culture can be found here: https://www.icao.int/Security/Security-Culture/Pages/YOSC-2021.aspx

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2021 Year of Security Culture
  • Year of Security Culture: Inauguration

    This session provides an opportunity for senior aviation stakeholders to discuss the importance of an effective and sustainable security culture. With 2021 being the 20th Anniversary of 9/11, promoting a positive security culture through the Year of Security Culture (YOSC) is timely.

    Presentati...

  • Security Culture: Connecting the Dots

    Presentation in support of session which provides an opportunity for aviation experts to discuss security culture as a critical core business value: "Security is everyone's responsibility", thereby helping to achieve a balance of security, safety, facilitation and the passenger experience. Presen...

  • Human Factors in Security Culture

    Presentation in support of session which provides an opportunity for aviation experts to discuss security culture as a critical core business value: "Security is everyone's responsibility", thereby helping to achieve a balance of security, safety, facilitation and the passenger experience. Prese...

  • Overview: Building a Stronger Security Culture

    Presentation in support of session which provides an opportunity for aviation experts to discuss security culture as a critical core business value: "Security is everyone's responsibility", thereby helping to achieve a balance of security, safety, facilitation and the passenger experience. Presen...

  • Building Strong Security Culture: Airports

    Presentation in support of session which provides an opportunity for aviation experts to discuss security culture as a critical core business value: "Security is everyone's responsibility", thereby helping to achieve a balance of security, safety, facilitation and the passenger experience. Presen...

  • Building Strong Security Culture: Airlines

    Presentation in support of session which provides an opportunity for aviation experts to discuss security culture as a critical core business value: "Security is everyone's responsibility", thereby helping to achieve a balance of security, safety, facilitation and the passenger experience. Presen...

  • Travel Document Security

    A brief interview with Simon Deignan, Programme Manager, Travel Document Security at OSCE.

  • Her Majesty's Passport Office (UK)

    An interview with Travel Document Expert, Stephen Chapman from Her Majesty's Passport Office UK (HMPO)

  • ATM Cybersecurity

    Thales has more than 5,000 specialists dedicated to designing, developing and implementing cybersecurity for critical information systems in the transportation, space, aerospace and defence sectors.

    To combat cyber threats, Thales advocates a holistic approach and offers solutions based on busin...

  • Evaluating the Risk in the Airport Surrounding Areas

    The presentation is intended to show the strategy adopted by ENAC to safeguard the areas surrounding airports and under flight-paths. A risk-based framework has been developed to support an effective planning both on and off airport sites.

    The regulatory framework, developed for the italian airp...

  • Aviation Security Risk Management

    This SkyTalk focuses on the ICAO aviation security risk assessment process. In conducting risk assessments, organizations must identify the threats they face, and then analyze the likelihood of those threat scenarios being carried out while taking account of existing vulnerabilities and the conse...

  • Implementation and Support Development – Security (ISD-SEC) Overview

    ICAO, through the Implementation Support and Development Section (Security) (ISD-SEC), provides aviation security assistance and training targeting identified security deficiencies for States in need. This SkyTalk highlights actions taken to provide assistance to States and developments relating ...

  • Trust Framework

    Providing identification and integrity for global interoperability while managing change and growth. Future challenges of aviation in connectivity and cyber security, covering remote ID and global drone registry concepts, as well as collaboration of actors to build a trust framework. This session...

  • Session 1: Risk Awareness, Presentation by Nuctech

    During Session 1, panellists will discuss their experiences in developing tailored risk assessments, establishing and sustaining robust security cultures, expanding data sharing mechanisms, and overcoming the lack of formal intelligence reports to define the threat. Presentation from Amy Huang, M...