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Aviation Security

Like the Terrorists, It’s Time We Start Adapting to Aviation Security’s Threats and Vulnerabilities

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Periodic red team challenges to TSA defenses have been delivering pretty much the same grim results for the past decade. Somehow, we manage to shove the bad news under the carpet, shrug, and move on. Seems like we have adapted to repressing the bad news about our abilities to mitigate actual threats much faster than we are adopting innovative new ways to mitigate our existing and evolving vulnerabilities and threats.

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Russian Plane Crash: Possible Causes and Ramifications – Dr. Southers Discusses on Yahoo TV

Dr. Erroll Southers, TAL Global’s Managing Director of Counter Terrorism & Infrastructure Protection, provided extensive insights on the security aspects associated with the crash of the recent Russian plan in Egypt’s Sinai dessert. Appearing in an extensive interview on Yahoo News and Finance Anchor Bianna Golodryga’s program, Dr. Southers analysed intelligence inputs, security policies and post-disaster activities, as well as the possible impact of this event on global aviation.

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RSA 2015 – TAL Global Experts Shine a Light on the Unique Challenges of Cyber Security in Aviation

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Dr. Erroll Southers, TAL Global’s Erroll Southers Managing Director for Counterterrorism and Infrastructure Protection, and Lawrence Dietz, Esq. TAL Global’s General Counsel & Managing Director, Information Security, explored last Friday a rarely examined aspect of cyber security, when they urged the audience at RSA USA 2015 Conference to consider the ways in which aircraft systems and networks could become weapons of war – aimed at the US and its allies.

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