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EgyptAir hosts RIS in cooperation with TSA

Posted 12 June 2019 · Add Comment

EgyptAir is hosting the American Transportation Security Administration's (TSA) Regional Industrial Summit (RIS) held for the first time in Egypt and the third in Middle East and Africa on June 11-12.

 

Ahmed Adel, the chairman and CEO of EgyptAir Holding, said: “EgyptAir is pioneering in the region and committed to international standards in aviation security AVSEC, thus we are honoured to host the summit.”

The summit is hosting more than 40 security experts from airlines in the Middle East, Africa and Turkey, to discuss the security of flights and the establishment of standard procedures on flights to the United States.

The sessions will also address a number of vital and important issues in security field, including electronic attacks, how to avoid them, securing data and information, and protecting assets and property, in addition to the exchange of security cultures among the countries participating in the summit.

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