Est-il encore possible de redresser la cybersécurité dans l’aviation?

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Un nouveau rapport sur la cybersécurité dans l’aviation pointe du doigt le délabrement de la sécurité aérienne et, pire encore, la méconnaissance du problème au sein de cette industrie.

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Are we running out of time to fix aviation cybersecurity?

Shipping giant Maersk suffered close to half a billion dollars in losses in 2017 when it was infected by the NotPetya sabotageware. Maersk was not even a target of that attack. Could the same thing happen in aviation? The realization is beginning to dawn on the aviation sector that, yes, it could.

Aviation cybersecurity: Scoping the challenge – Atlantic Council

The digital attack surface the aviation sector presents to its adversaries continues to grow in such a way that both managing risk and gaining insight on it remain difficult. With emerging technologies like machine learning and fifth-generation (5G) telecommunications seeing wider adoption-alongside electric vertical takeoff and landing (eVTOL), autonomous aircraft, and increased use of space-aviation-cybersecurity risk management is on the cusp of becoming more complex.

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Il est aussi intéressant de mettre en regard cette actualité avec l’intention de Boeing de pousser l’automatisation de l’avionique suite à ses problème avec le … pour davantage de sécurité 🙂

MAX Crashes Strengthen Resolve of Boeing to Automate Flight

Boeing Co. is increasingly committed to transferring more control of aircraft from pilots to computers after two crashes exposed flaws in an automated system on its 737 MAX that overpowered aviators in the disasters.

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