• Corpus ID: 175062

SECURE NETWORK-ENABLED COMMERCIAL AIRPLANE OPERATIONS : IT SUPPORT INFRASTRUCTURE CHALLENGES

@inproceedings{Robinson2007SECURENC,
  title={SECURE NETWORK-ENABLED COMMERCIAL AIRPLANE OPERATIONS : IT SUPPORT INFRASTRUCTURE CHALLENGES},
  author={Richard Robinson and Krishna Sampigethaya and Mingyan Li and Scott Lintelman and Radha Poovendran and David von Oheimb},
  year={2007}
}
The next-generation commercial airplane models have networking facilities that enable onboard systems to communicate between themselves as well as with offboard systems. This new feature allows network applications to realize many benefits for airplane manufacturing, operations and maintenance processes. However, at the same time vulnerabilities are introduced that can threaten the onboard systems. Regulatory bodies such as the EASA and FAA recognize that the unprecedented network-enabled… 

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