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Airbus Protects Communications at COP 28

Yes, Airbus. That’s not a typo. Did you know that Airbus does more than make aircraft?

For over 3 decades Airbus has provided end-to-end business protection in risk management. Utilizing products, solutions, and services, the company delivers safe and secure business environments.

At COP 28 held in Dubai, UAE, Airbus helped secure communications for over 97,000 delegates that included over 150 heads of state, as well as negotiators, business leaders, and non-state actors.

For an event of this magnitude, with its stringent safety requirements, Airbus has equipped all the technical and security workforce with a critical collaboration platform, Agnet solution, to guarantee the real-time security of the flow of people moving towards the areas dedicated to the negotiations and to the States pavilions on the vast Expo City site.

Sharing data such as voice, live video, and location-based services that can be accessed at any time has helped the situational awareness of safety forces to help prevent accidents.

Throughout the proceedings, Dubai Police is one government entity that has incorporated Agnet while using the private LTE network provided by Professional Communication Corporation – Nedaa. From providing next-generation protection and supporting secure live streaming to enhancing situational awareness and enabling greater responsiveness, the outcomes have been integral to operational continuity.

Airbus provides consulting and managed security services to establish and maintain persistent cyber resilience to secure business continuity today and tomorrow in a continuously evolving threat landscape. At events like COP 28, this includes protecting data, assets, infrastructure, production, products, software solutions, and cloud applications from cyber threats.

Additionally, Airbus builds cybersecurity strategies and secure architectures that comply with regulations while managing crises, tackling threats, and protecting business in today’s evolving threat landscape.