Monday, December 12, 2016

Aviation Cyber Security, so far in the last two years we have had planes go down, with out rhyme or reason, some experts point to cyber security, GAO has warned us of the vulnerability, and cyber security researcher has actually taken over planes in the past, in fact issuing a climb command, and the aircraft responded. • The U.S. Government Accountability Office warned in a 2015 report that someone could potentially use a laptop to access aircraft avionics systems and take control of an aircraft’s on-board computers.12 At around the same time, a cybersecurity researcher admitted to the FBI that he had hacked into inflight entertainment systems aboard aircraft 15 to 20 times between 2011 and 2014 — at one point, issuing a climb command to the aircraft on which he was traveling.13

via CTI Consulting

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