Considering the immense importance that Eurocontrol holds in enabling the unimpeded flow of European aviation, it is logical that the organization would represent a target to terrorists and other malefactors. Since the operation is so heavily supported by cybertechnology, it also stands to reason that hacking and cyberterrorism would be a primary threat to its operations. “What we do here is to mainly protect the organization and the aviation stakeholders — the 43 state members, ...

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