European Centre for Cybersecurity in Aviation (ECCSA)

ECCSA is a voluntary, cooperative partnership within the aviation community to better understand the emerging cybersecurity risks in aviation and to provide collective support in dealing with cybersecurity incidents, weaknesses and unauthorised interactions that could potentially affect the sector’s resiliency and safety.

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The participation to ECCSA is voluntary as well as the information sharing. Organisations relevant for the safety and security of European Civil Aviation may apply for ECCSA membership, assured to meet applicable security selection criteria.

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23
JUL
2019

The Security and Privacy in Your Car Act would establish a rating system that informs consumers about how well vehicles protect drivers’ security and privacy beyond minimum standards. The Federal Trade Commission would set the federal standards. The bill also instructs the Federal Highway....

23
JUL
2019

As our planes, trains and automobiles become increasingly connected in cyberspace, a pair of lawmakers want to make sure manufacturers are doing everything they can to secure the vehicles against unwanted digital intrusions. Sens. Ed Markey, D-Mass., and Richard Blumenthal, D-Conn.

18
JUL
2019

Repelling cyber attacks gets dicey when the aggressor is a state actor instead of a common cyber criminal. Cyber security concerns ripple through military, but is important for each service as they acquire new technology to outmatch peer-adversaries.

WASHINGTON – Cyber security remains an issue for....

18
JUL
2019

, via Flickr/CC. Travis Olbrich A vulnerability in global airline check-in software used by hundreds of airlines could have been exploited to allow users to view other individuals' boarding passes and personal details, warns incident response expert

See Also: 10 Incredible Ways You Can Be Hacked....

18
JUL
2019

The National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) of the United Kingdom revealed that it prevented a major Phishing Scam that tried to defraud thousands of people using a fake email from one of the UK airports. has not revealed the name of the airport. However, stated that the failed email scam involved....

17
JUL
2019

Thanks to its Active Cyber Defence programme, the National Cyber Security Centre helped block and contain over 140,000 phishing attacks in 2018, including a phishing campaign that spoofed a UK airport and targeted more than 200,000 email accounts. In 2017, the National Cyber Security Centre launched....

17
JUL
2019

The implementation of security operation centers at the airports will enable efficient monitoring, analysis, and response for countering cybersecurity incidents. FREMONT, CA The threat of cyberattacks has permeated every sector, often causing loss of thousands and millions of dollars to the victims.

17
JUL
2019

An email scam designed to defraud thousands of people using a fake email from a UK airport was one of number of cyber attacks prevented last year. The National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC), a part of GCHQ, said the scam had used a fake gov.uk email address to target 200,000 email addresses and was....

16
JUL
2019

The UK was targeted by a large number of significant cyber-threats last year, according to new government figures. A wide-ranging phishing campaign that used spoof emails from a major UK airport to try and steal customer details was revealed as one of the biggest threats blocked by GCHQ's National Cyber Security Centre ( ) last year.

16
JUL
2019

Security consultant David Stubley found a flaw in Amadeus travel software, used by Flybe and 500 other airlines, while he was waiting to board his flight. (Photo: Flybe) A vulnerability in global airline check-in software used by hundreds of airlines could have been exploited to allow users to view....

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