Due to the progressively interconnected nature of industry systems, the aviation industry has to remain aware of cyber threats, both direct and indirect, and as a result of attacks and through reckless or negligent behaviour. The risk profile is dynamic: attackers (people, artificial intelligence systems or self-replicating viruses) are always looking to exploit vulnerabilities and can quickly develop new ways of breaching cyber security.
This means that aviation entities need to have dynamic protection systems, requiring that CAA’s cyber strategy keeps pace with the main trends in cyber vulnerability/intent and is reviewed regularly.
The vision for the CAA Cyber programme is to enable all aviation industry stakeholders to exploit the benefits of cyberspace without compromising aviation safety both now and in the future.
Ensure a cyber regulatory/policy framework which:
For further information on cyber security and cyber incident management, contact:
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