Air traffic management (ATM) equipment suppliers have seen cybersecurity emerge as a requirement over the last couple of years, an indication of a perceived growing threat. On the one hand, cybercrime—for terrorist and geopolitical purposes—is on the rise. On the other hand, ATM tends to operate as a network—as opposed to an aggregate of distinct control centers—which makes it more vulnerable. “Three years ago, air navigation service providers (ANSP) were not ...

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