European and American aviation decision makers are at an impasse over the fundamental idea of figuring out cybersecurity measures to safeguard aircraft from cyberattacks.
Aviation regulators on both sides of the pond have generally agreed on basic practices of updating software and ensuring the implementation of future cybersecurity measures for large commercial planes. They’ve also agreed on building a gap between the cabin entertainment and internet access systems of passengers & the safety systems of the plane. Connected systems are among the most vulnerable targets for hackers to exploit automobiles or planes. Just ask Chrysler. Or United Airlines, when veteran [...]