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Unsettled Topics Concerning Airports Cybersecurity Standards and Regulations
- Research Report
Unsettled Topics Concerning Airports Cybersecurity Standards and Regulations focuses on four main unsettled domains: the unique characteristics of airports in general, their specific cybersecurity challenges, the missing definitions and conceptual infrastructure for standardization, and finally the regulation of airports cybersecurity. This one includes the gaps in the guides, best-practices, standards and regulation available today.
Considering that a typical large international airport is a microcosm of the entire aviation sector, Unsettled Topics Concerning Airports Cybersecurity Standards and Regulations dives deep into the vulnerabilities, lack of cyber-response coordination and information sharing faced by these organizations that have become vital to the global economy.
Airports host hundreds of different types of aviation and non-aviation stakeholders: from aircraft, passengers, airlines, air traffic management, runway systems, ground transportation to their IT and Cyber Physical Systems (CPS), resulting in an exponential number of interconnections, which are naturally – a massive cybersecurity challenge.