News and information about crew, passenger, aircraft and airport security issues.
Are aviation CAN bus networks vulnerable to cyber attacks? Yes, but the prospect is highly unlikely.
TSA is continuing with plans to increase random crew selection for PreCheck screening while the KCM program undergoes an audit.
New rulemaking updates current FAA security threat disqualification regulations and consolidates them into one regulation that applies to all pilots.
The issue with access to the air operations area and aircraft parking area can be significant for both based and transient GA operators, AOPA says.
Aviation safety and security specialist brings Travel Risk Map and aviation security white paper to LABACE.
Critical and high-level threats against business aircraft are increasing dramatically, U.S. company reports.
Savcom's new communications platform allows encrypted phone calls encrypted text, audio-videoconferencing, and file sharing onboard bizjets.
An IT Consultancy tested the ability to attach a device to a CAN bus to inject false data.
National defense, homeland security, intelligence, and law enforcement entities will be allowed to terminate ADS-B transmissions during sensitive missions.
The new patent is one of the first that is intended to prevent duplication of parts in the first place.