The growing connectivity of commercial aircraft raises cybersecurity risks for airlines, which face evolving regulatory requirements for newer aircraft and possibly for older ones as well. SeaTec Managing Partner John Schramm, an engineer, software developer and former Delta pilot, recently shared his expertise with Inflight magazine on the challenges airlines face.
In the article “Safe and Sound,” Schramm describes how Aircraft Information Security Programs (AISPs) have broadened to now affect multiple systems and departments, and how airlines must conduct risk assessments under a three-year deadline. With its consulting, digital and technical capabilities, SeaTec has helped multiple airlines develop and implement cybersecurity programs, and our ANC software helps detect security threats and maintain compliance.
- Read the Inflight article on pages 61-65 here.
- Read John Schramm’s article in our Insights series, Aircraft Cybersecurity Demands a Robust Network Security Program.