European Centre for Cybersecurity in Aviation (ECCSA)

ECCSA is primarily an information centre for cybersecurity in aviation providing, amongst other services, stakeholders networking and information sharing, which are key enablers to enforce a resilient aviation cyberspace. ECCSA makes available to its members secure means to exchange domain relevant cybersecurity information, such as vulnerabilities, i.e. weakness that can be used for malicious purposes, as well as events and incidents that might be worth sharing with the aviation community. The ECCSA’s operational team of analysts provides additional inputs as well as context to the information shared by the participants, with the aim to facilitate the creation and the management of an aviation cybersecurity threats knowledge and risk picture.

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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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MILANO - Venticinque giorni, ventitré ore e cinquantasette minuti. È il nuovo record messo a segno dal drone spia britannico Zephyr, prodotto dell'Airbus, che ha aggiornato il primato per un velivolo senza pilotta ed equipaggio, fermo fino ad ora a 14 giorni, viaggiando per quasi un mese a 21 chilometri di altitudine.

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The flight-data recorder and “components” of the cockpit voice recorder were recovered from the stolen Horizon Air Bombardier Q400 turboprop that crashed in the southern Puget Sound on August 10, the U.S. Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) announced.

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From : Destry Winant Date : Mon, 13 Aug 2018 08:12:00 -0400 A cybersecurity researcher has pointed out, at the Black Hat conference in Las Vegas, that if hackers lay hands on the satellite systems used by ships, planes etc, they could use the same to carry out microwave-like attacks.

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IOActive’s researcher Ruben Santamarta is the sort of person anyone interested in computer security would probably enjoy sitting next to on a long flight. Take the journey he made last November between Madrid and Copenhagen on Norwegian during which (naturally) he decided to use Wireshark to study the aircraft’s in-flight Wi-Fi.

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2018

IOActive’s researcher Ruben Santamarta is the sort of person anyone interested in computer security would probably enjoy sitting next to on a long flight. Take the journey he made last November between Madrid and Copenhagen on Norwegian during which (naturally) he decided to use Wireshark to study the aircraft’s in-flight Wi-Fi.

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2018

IOActive’s researcher Ruben Santamarta is the sort of person anyone interested in computer security would probably enjoy sitting next to on a long flight. Take the journey he made last November between Madrid and Copenhagen on Norwegian during which (naturally) he decided to use Wireshark to study the aircraft’s in-flight Wi-Fi.

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2018

provided a propulsion system component that helped ’s Delta IV Heavy rocket lift a new NASA United Launch Alliance spacecraft Sunday from Cape Canaveral in Florida into space. The third stage is built to carry the agency’s Parker Solar Probe in its intended orbit as part f a mission to study the....

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provided a propulsion system component that helped ’s Delta IV Heavy rocket lift a new NASA United Launch Alliance spacecraft Sunday from Cape Canaveral in Florida into space. The third stage is built to carry the agency’s Parker Solar Probe in its intended orbit as part f a mission to study the....

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A lot of new and exciting technology will emerge or become more prominent in 2017 and the following is just a glimpse of what is anticipated. Smart home technology had been in the works for years before finally getting off to a relatively slow start. But, now that large companies like Apple, Amazon....

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This post is also available in: The satellite communications that ships, planes and the military use to connect to the internet are vulnerable to hackers that, in the worst-case scenario, could carry out “cyber-physical attacks”, turning satellite antennas into weapons.

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