As on-board digital systems and interconnectivity become more complex, they also simultaneously present more possible points for unauthorized entry… Read the full story on pages 86-87 of the Canadian Defence Review, Volume 28, Issue 6.
What do 18th century sailing ships and 21st century business aircraft have in common? Attacks by pirates. Of course, the crew of a Brigantine, Frigate or Galleon had the advantage of knowing when they were going to be attacked. Seeing the Jolly Roger is a dead giveaway that dreadful things are going to happen…
CCX Technologies’ solution is easy to integrate into OEM development processes and improves the cyber security posture of air, land and sea platforms Farnborough, UK – 19 July 2022 – CCX Technologies announced its new SystemX Enterprise Cybersecurity Software offering at the Farnborough International Air Show today. The solution will help prime aerospace and defence […]
Feb. 28, 2022 | By Joanne Hignett The importance of cybersecurity aboard military/government aircraft grows with every passing day. The combination of complex onboard computer systems, two-way connectivity to ground controllers via radio/SATCOM, and integration with defense IT networks make them prime targets for hackers. Cybersecurity stakes are high when it comes to onboard networks. If […]