Aerospace Cybersecurity Market Intelligence Report

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A strategic decision resource

CyberInflight has released the first edition of its flagship product the “Aerospace Cybersecurity Market Intelligence Report” in January 2020

This research report brings a fresh perspective on aerospace cybersecurity and gathers the information within a single document that aerospace decision-makers can consult any time a specific question arises. The soaring number of attacks requires constant market monitoring. CyberInflight strives to provide the highest-quality deliverables. The use of infographics allows us to show the information in an informative and reader-friendly way for quick referral.

CyberInflight anticipates the profound change happening in the aerospace world. As often stated, aircraft have become nodes of a wider network. Offering more connectivity opens doors to more complexity and potential flaws. After being connected, aircraft now need to be protected. CyberInflight aims to seize this increasing level of complexity and provide aerospace stakeholders a thorough analysis for better decision-making.

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Aerospace Cybersecurity Market Intelligence Report (Ref. AC2020)
Publication date: January 2020
Public price:
   User licence: €4,000*
   Enterprise licence: €7,500*
Report in PDF format with supporting databases
Date of publication: January 2020
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* VAT not applicable, art. 293B of the CGI

Table of content

Executive summary (1/2)
Executive summary (2/2)
Aerospace Cybersecurity Market Outlook

CHAPTER I. INTRODUCTION
Company’s introduction
Disclaimer
Introduction (1/2)
Introduction (2/2)
Macroeconomic perspective (1/2)
Macroeconomic perspective (2/2)
The cybercrime economy
Exponential growth of digital traffic

CHAPTER II. CYBERSECURITY OVERVIEW
Cybersecurity principles
Cyberthreat actors
Index of cyberthreats
Major security threats on commercial aviation since 2019 (graph)
Major security threats on commercial aviation since 2019

CHAPTER III. STRATEGIC ANALYSIS AND FORECAST
SECTION 1. Market Analysis
Introduction
Value chain and attack surface
Adoption of cybersecurity
Oligopoly or bicephalous monopoly
Drivers of cybersecurity investments
Market analysis: the airline perspective (1/2)
Market analysis: the airline perspective (2/2)
Market analysis: the airport perspective (1/2)
Market analysis: the airport perspective (2/2)
Airport cybersecurity issues timeline
Airline cybersecurity issues timeline
Mergers and acquisitions
Darkweb airline account price index
French cybersecurity market
Notable cybersecurity initiatives (Incident simulation / bug bounty)

SECTION 2. Market Forecast
Airline budget forecast: top down approach
Airline budget forecast: split by initiatives
Airlines: Budget forecast analysis (1/3)
Airlines: Budget forecast analysis (2/3)
Airlines: Budget forecast graph
Airlines: Budget forecast analysis (3/3)
Airport budget forecast: top down approach
Airport budget forecast: split by initiatives
Airport budget forecast analysis
Three potential scenarios

CHAPTER IV. STAKEHOLDERS’ PROFILE
Introduction and methodology
Airbus Cybersecurity
Airbus Cybersecurity portfolio
Thales Group
SITA
APSYS
Satcom Direct
Gogo Business Aviation / Panasonic
Razor Secure / VT Miltope
Sopra Steria
CCX Technologies
F-Secure / Raytheon
Honeywell / BAE Systems
IBM / CISCO
Miscellaneous: Boost Aerospace
Comparative assessment
Comparative assessment
Comparative assessment
Comparative assessment
Chapter’s conclusion

CHAPTER V. INSTITUTIONAL STAKEHOLDERS
ICAO
IATA
CANSO
CANSO: Cyber Security and Risk Assessment Guide
EUROCONTROL
EASA (1/2)
EASA (2/2)
A-ISAC
FAA
ACI / Munich Airport
Qatar CAA / French CCTA
National Cybersecurity Agencies / CERTs

CHAPTER VI. CYBERRISK INSURANCE
Insurance: accessing the cyber-risk
Insurance: accessing the cyber-risk
Insurance: conventional VS specific cyber-contract
Insurance: miscellaneous

CHAPTER VII. REGULATIONS, STANDARDS AND METHODS
Introduction to GDPR
GDPR implementation in aerospace
ISO/IEC 27001 family standards
NIST framework
NIS directive
DO-178 family of standards
Risk assessment methods

CHAPTER VIII. THREAT INTELLIGENCE BOOKLET
Introduction
Case study – Airline: Delta Airlines
Case study – Airline: Cathay Pacific
Case study – Airline: British Airways
Case study – Airline
Case study – Airline
Case study – Provider / Regulator
Case study – OEM: Airbus
Case study – Provider: Altran
Case study – Provider : Safran
Case study – Miscellaneous : Maersk
Case study – Airport
Case study – Airport
Case study – Airport
Miscellaneous – NASA cybersecurity breach
Miscellaneous – NASA incident list
Research study – IFE hacking
Research study – Threats on inflight Wi-Fi
Research study – Research on IFC
Research study – Research on the 787’s architecture
Research study – Other studies
Research study – Counterfeit boarding pass
Research study – Threats on airport public Wi-Fi
Conclusions of case-studies
Conclusions of research cases

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Aerospace Cybersecurity Market Intelligence Report

A unique analytical resource on aerospace cybersecurity

"CyberInflight believes that this document is a hands-on and a to-the-point intelligence document meant to be practical and more industry-oriented than any other existing resource."
Florent RIZZO
Founder and CEO of CyberInflight