Protecting aircraft from malicious acts is becoming more complex. Traditional security threats to aviation—hijackings, explosives, insider attacks—persist, but cybervulnerability of increasingly interconnected air and ground systems looms as a dominant future challenge. A report underwritten by Thales and published by the Atlantic Council in November offers another take on the celebrated concept of the “connected” aircraft, one in which pilots can display ...

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