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Dassault Falcon Jet has isolated systems to protect them in the wake of the cyberattack that occurred a few weeks after Embraer suffered a cyberattack.
Three cybersecurity offerings from CCX monitor and defend a business aircraft’s onboard network.
Universal Trip Support will waive its fees on various services for operators attempting humanitarian flights involving Covid-19 delivery.
Embraer IT specialists have isolated certain systems to protect the overall computer network after a cyberattack.
Astronautics Corporation has received additional FAA funding to continue with phase two of its Aircraft Systems Information Security/Protection study.
NATA has already trained 5,000 crew members on human trafficking awareness and mitigation, but believes much more needs to be done.
Satcom Direct has added a network operations center to aggregate, collate, and analyze data generated by business aircraft activity.
U.S. Customs and Border Protection pre-clearance for general aviation flights to the U.S. will resume this Sunday at Ireland’s Shannon Airport.
The FAA will evaluate at least 10 drone mitigation technologies/systems at its William J. Hughes Technical Center in New Jersey.
An amendment to ban U.S. government use of Chinese drones appears almost certain to become law within weeks.