Cybersecurity for ATM

| April 26, 2016

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Cyber-threats are a matter of growing concerns in ATM. Exposure to cyber-attacks will further increase with SESAR & NextGen extended interconnectivity and more open environment. High potential negative effects on the ATM continuity of service and safety are therefore a real concern. In this context the ATM CyberSecurity regulation is strengthening with a focus on more harmonized framework and collaborative cybersecurity.

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