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12/03/2021

European Cybersecurity Policy Framework: Build Resilience

Over the last years, the uptake of digital technologies has grown exponentially, which consequently made it one of the key priorities for the European Commission in their European Digital Strategy. Since it is one of the key priorities in the European Digital Strategy by the European Commission, Business aviation is also gradually being immersed into digitalisation and needs to build cyber-resilience.
European Cybersecurity Policy Framework: Build Resilience
09/07/2021

Aviation cybercrime is on the rise.

EUROCONTROL’s think paper no 12 on cybersecurity indicates that airlines continue to be an irresistible target for cybercriminals, with around $1 billion a year lost from fraudulent websites alone.
Aviation cybercrime is on the rise.
29/03/2021

EASA Air Ops Risk Review for 2020

In late February 2021, EASA published the agency’s annual Air Ops Risk Review for 2020. The document contains a summary of the previous year from a safety perspective and a description of key tasks for EASA in 2021.
EASA Air Ops Risk Review for 2020
23/02/2021

Cyber Security in the European Digital Strategy: upcoming changes?

The uptake of digital technologies has grown exponentially in the last months since the beginning of the COVID19 pandemic. Since it is one of the key priorities in the European Digital Strategy by the European Commission, Business aviation is also gradually being immersed into digitalisation and needs to build cyber-resilience.
Cyber Security in the European Digital Strategy: upcoming changes?
20/10/2020

EBAA’s Associate Members (AMAC) rethink Business aviation

The Associate Member Advisory Council (AMAC), a group which advises the EBAA Board of Governors on areas of interest to the membership and acts as the bridge between EBAA and our associate members, recently launched an online virtual roundtable series aimed at rethinking different aspects of the Business aviation industry.
EBAA’s Associate Members (AMAC) rethink Business aviation