ICAO summit prescribes cyber security approach

Every nation should assess the risk that cyber terrorism poses to its civil aviation industry, build its own capability to address such threats and ensure that the … More ››

Airbus, SITA team on advanced cyber security

Airbus and SITA have launched new Security Operations Centre Services customised for the specific needs of the air transport industry. These new incident detection services … More ››

European fragmentation hampering cyber effort

EU institutions should assume a co-ordination role in order to harmonise cyber protection rules across Europe’s manufacturers, airlines, airports and air navigation service providers, according … More ››

Cryptography could protect against cyber attacks

Russian engineers have developed a cryptographic scheme for ensuring the integrity and imitation protection of air navigation infrastructure from cyber attacks. Research and development business … More ››

Brussels mulling radio navigation safety plan

Thousands of people throughout Europe are using GPS jammers that could stop tracking systems from working – including safety critical navigation systems used by modern … More ››

INDRA reinforces cyber ATM offering

World ATM Congress  Minsait, the Indra business unit set up to address the challenges posed by digital transformation, has positioned itself as the company specialized … More ››

DSNA Services, Aveillant team on counter-UAV

World ATM Congress  Aveillant are to partner with France’s DSNA Services to develop a complete counter-drone surveillance solution capable of detection, identification, and tracking within a … More ››

Terma, Al Maskari establish joint security venture

Danish high-tech Terma Group and Al Maskari Holding have agreed to establish a joint venture business called Terma Middle East to be based in Abu … More ››

EASA links with CERT-EU on cyber security

The European Aviation Safety Agency has signed a Memorandum of Cooperation with the Computer Emergency Response Team (CERT-EU) of the European Union institutions. CERT-EU’s mission … More ››

Galileo’s failed clocks latest hurdle to overcome

Nine high precision clocks on board Europe’s Galileo satellites – vital for the necessary synchronisation of critical satellite navigation technology – have failed, according to … More ››