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At Genesis Aviation, we provide a reliable and consistent level of expertise for all areas of air transport management. This includes support & training for NIS. If your company needs any type of professional support & training with NIS, you can depend on our highly trained team of experts.

For understandable reasons, security is a continual priority in airports and the aviation sector. In fact, if you speak to most people about airports, whether they work in the industry or simply rely on flights to get away on holiday, they will probably mention aviation security early in the conversation. It is fundamental to operating any business in this sector. However, managing effective aviation security can be a challenge. If your company needs support to improve in this area, we provide he support & training for NIS that you can rely on.

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For understandable reasons, security is a continual priority in airports and the aviation sector. In fact, if you speak to most people about airports, whether they work in the industry or simply rely on flights to get away on holiday, they will probably mention aviation security early in the conversation. It is fundamental to operating any business in this sector. However, managing effective aviation security can be a challenge. If your company needs support to improve in this area, we provide he support & training for NIS that you can rely on.

NIS refers to the NIS Directive, which in full is called the Network and Information Systems Directive (Directive (EU) 2016/1148 of the European Parliament and of the Council). The aim of this industry standard is to achieve a high common level of security for network and information systems. It is a fact that in the modern world, a threat to security is as likely to come from a digital or online source as from a physical threat, so it is no wonder that this is so important to companies in the industry. This directive applies to all EU member states. Additionally, this governance also applies to the UK, not only to companies operating in the European Union.

The industry standard created by NIS is aimed at enhancing the overall level of aviation security in the industry. It does this by aiming to increase cooperation across the EU, improve cyber security capabilities at a national level, and raise risk management and reporting obligations. It does so by defining the roles of industry organisations as either Operators of Essential Services (OESs) or Digital Service Providers (DSPs).

In the UK, this industry standard is overseen by the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) and the accreditation body CREST. Together, these operate a cyber security scheme called ASSURE. Under this scheme, operators are supported to manage risks without compromising safety, security or resilience. This includes a self-assessment element which is conducted by organisations like airlines and airport operators. The self-assessment is then reviewed and audited by an accredited provider.

For many companies, complying with this requirement could be a challenge. For example, for Operators of Essential Services, the process could be a cause of unnecessary pressure on the business. This is where our team at Genesis come in. We are the aviation consultants your company needs to handle this process and ensure that you are fully compliant with the current requirements. Our aviation consultants can help you to identify if you qualify as Operators of Essential Services, and then to complete the Cyber Assessment Framework (CAF) in a systematic and efficient way. We can also help in utilising and applying the findings of the CAF in your business.

For more information, including support in meeting the requirements of the NIC Directive or any of our other services, contact the Genesis team today.