The premier gathering for Airport
IT & Security professionals
19-21 October 2020, Munich, Germany
With 66% of the audience representing more than 100 unique airports the focus is on collaboration, networking and experience-sharing with global peers. The audience size and quality creates the optimum networking platform, facilitated through roundtable debates, plenary discussions, exhibition showcase area, product demonstrations, VIP dinners, site visits and invite-only lunch sessions.
Two main conference days take place from the 20 – 21 October with a set of targeted, content-led workshops and insightful site visits taking place on 19 October, making this the must-attend aviation conference in 2020. Produced by International Airport Review, the leading source of cutting-edge content for the airport and aviation industry, this event will offer unparalleled access to the latest information, vision and innovation within the rapidly evolving airport industry.
Munich Airport and International Airport Review are delighted to announce that Munich Airport will be the host airport partner for Airport IT & Security 2020 conference.
Munich Airport commented that they are delighted to be host airport partner and look forward to welcoming to Munich delegates representing airports from across the globe. They will invite delegates to a site visit of the airport and to interactive sessions at their Information Security Hub.
International Airport Review and Munich Airport invite you to join a complimentary breakfast briefing ahead of the Airport IT & Security conference in October. This two hour briefing, taking place on 3rd March, will bring together the airport community for networking and information exchange in Munich, the home of the 2020 conference.
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Marc Lindike, Head of Information Security Assurance (Cyber Defence) and ISH- Service Division IT
Marc started at Munich International Airport in 2001 and has been the Head of Information Security Assurance since 2017. In addition he was recently appointed as Chairman of the Cyber Security Taskforce of ACI (Airport council international) Europe and as spokesman for the international coordination at UP-KRITIS. He was Vice President of Operations and Services (Service Division Information Technology) until 2007, and then became the Vice President of IT Consulting.
During his more than 20 years of professional experience in IT, he has worked as a software engineer (1984), an administrator (1991) and Technical Director (1998) for the market research organization GfK before he moved to debis Systemhaus ISM GmbH as a Senior Consultant (1998).
Maurice Jenkins, Director Information Systems and Telecommunications
Maurice Jenkins functions as the principal advisor to the Aviation Director on all matters related to information management and information technology. He has served in this capacity since September 2000. Mr. Jenkins is responsible for defining and managing capital planning as well as investment management processes to ensure their successful implementation and integration with the department budget, acquisition and planning processes. Mr. Jenkins’ strategic vision has successfully culminated in the integration of new technology in the opening of the new South and North Terminals at Miami International Airport. Prior to his appointment as Division Director, he served as the Aviation Department’s Chief of Information Systems, responsible for the development and implementation of standards-based policies and procedures that support business operations and improved the overall quality of service of enterprise IT systems.
He has full strategic and tactical responsibility for the direction, planning, creation and operation of the Aviation Department’s information technology infrastructure, telecommunications services, application support, end-user support services and training.
Prior to his appointment as Division Director, he served as the Aviation Department’s Chief of Information Systems, responsible for the development and implementation of standards-based policies and procedures that support business operations and improved the overall quality of service of enterprise IT systems.
Mr. Jenkins’ strategic vision has successfully culminated in the integration of new technology in the opening of the new South and North Terminals at Miami International Airport. In addition the success of these new system implementations such as Propworks and PeopleSoft ERP show his technical acumen and dedication to serve the people of Miami-Dade County. Mr. Jenkins has implemented an area wide marketing information service to both hotels and conventions centers using current flight information data from Miami International Airport. Best in practice initiatives display his commitment to providing the highest level of service governed by industry standards.
Mr. Jenkins graduated from the University of Miami with a bachelor’s degree in business and computer information systems. He also earned certifications in strategic management from FIU and human resource management from Nova Southeastern University.
Mr. Jenkins served as the chairman of the Business Information Technology Committee (BIT), which was established by Airports Council International (ACI) to set strategic objectives future technology direction for airports. He was also responsible for forming and served as chairman of the Florida Airports Council’s Information Technology committee. Jenkins has given presentations on implementation solutions to key IT leaders and airport IT conferences in the U.S. and internationally sharing his proven successful practices with his peer group.
Wilma van Dijk, Director Safety, Security & Environment
Director Safety, Security & Environment at Royal Schiphol Group. Responsible for Aviation Security Policy and Operations, Access Control, Cyber Security (CISO of Schiphol) and Company Security. This includes contract management, contacts with (inter)national government agencies, private security companies and technical development companies. She is also responsible for policy on Safety and Environmental issues and for the Airport Fire Brigade. Next to this, Wilma is responsible for Seamless Flow, the innovative program that aims to provide a secure, hassle-free and paperless passage on the airport by using biometrics.
From 2009 to 2015 she occupied several posts within the Ministry of Justice, e.g. Deputy National Coordinator for Security and Counterterrorism as well as Director Cybersecurity.
Ersin Inankul, CIO
Erskin started his career in 1998 and has worked as a Project Manager and Consultant in the fields of Airport Systems, Telecommunication, Complex System Integration, and Process Optimisation. He joined the TAV group in 2005 and continued his professional activities as IT Project Manager of two airports in Georgia. Between 2007 and 2010, he served as IT and Integration Project Manager of two airports in North Africa. Erskin subsequently became Infrastructure Manager in TAV Information Technologies and went on to become the Deputy General Manager. He currently serves as CIO of IGA Construction Group, Istanbul, who are building the world’s biggest airport.
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