IT Interdependence and the Economic Fairness of Cybersecurity Regulations for Civil Aviation

  title={IT Interdependence and the Economic Fairness of Cybersecurity Regulations for Civil Aviation},
  author={Martina de Gramatica and Fabio Massacci and Woohyun Shim and Alessandra Tedeschi and Julian M. Williams},
  journal={IEEE Security \& Privacy},
Interviews about emerging cybersecurity threats and a cybersecurity public policy economic model for civil aviation illustrate stakeholders' concerns: interdependency issues can lead to aviation regulations that put smaller airports at a disadvantage. 

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