Threathunt 2030: Future cybersecurity threats for aviation sector

Borja GARCIA-BLANCO CASTRO • 16 May 2022
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Threathunt 2030: Future cybersecurity threats for aviation sector

 

Threathunt

 

On 6th May 2022, the Threathunt 2030 conference gathered ENISA’s key cybersecurity stakeholders from Member States, as well as from the European Union institutions and agencies to brainstorm on the identification of emerging and new cybersecurity threat

The main purpose of the conference was to discuss the resources and methodologies we can use today to identify new threats which could emerge by 2030 and to ensure the EU cybersecurity ecosystem will be adequately equipped to tackle them in a timely manner.

In addition, the intention was also to establish the foundation for a long-standing community of partners with a keen interest to contribute to achieving a strong cyber secure Union.


EASA participated in the panel on future cybersecurity threats for sectors

Panel on future cybersecurity threats for sectors
Panel on future cybersecurity threats for sectors

The panel on future cybersecurity threats for sectors brought together actors from railway, aviation, maritime and energy sectors. It looked at the move from analogue to digital in various sectors and the growing interdependencies between sectors. Drones and remote control, augmented reality in the cockpit, GPS jamming, sophistication of cyber-attacks including the use of AI are all expanding the cyber attack surface, and information sharing is paramount also for these sectors.

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Mounir Metref

As pilot and according to aviation environment, in my humble opinion it’s going to be a huge challenge to counteract cyberattacks as long as the introduction of internet on board has already occurred. I think the very aware people in this field should found how to minimise the use of such threat especially during flight.

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