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Being in the air does not protect the aircraft from cyber threats coming from the ground.
The introduction of commercial-off-the-shelf products to the cabin increase the potential for cyber threats, says F-Secure.
“The big move in cyber crime is to find out what your business is going to do and use the inside information for stock trading."
Product is a tailored and specific solution for general aviation companies to fill potential cyber coverage gaps due to the changing risk landscape.
With predictions of the world-wide expansion of business aviation, the PlanePeople subsidiary is touting the security aspects of its global ID system.
This eliminates previous variability in closing the customs office prior to the TFR, while allowing enough time for Secret Service to do a security sweep.
As the 2020 U.S. ADS-B mandate approaches, operators look for ways to secure their data.
Flight hours, traveler information, safety records are among the data that can be stored.
Three UH-60 Black Hawks and three AStars will maintain aerial surveillance for the Super Bowl this Sunday in Minneapolis
Researchers did not need a person on board to gain greater access to the aircraft.