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La passerelle de cyber sécurité multi-niveaux d’Airbus obtient l’homologation de l’ANSSI

La passerelle multi-niveaux SEI (Solution d’Échange Inter-niveaux) d’Airbus Defence and Space Cyber a été homologuée en ce début d’année 2023. Cette passerelle a été développée au profit des Armées et est destinée à satisfaire de nombreux besoins d’échanges, en particulier entre ces niveaux classifiés et non classifiés. Elle permet de renforcer la sécurité des échanges

Airbus Defence and Space kicks off first cyber security challenge: “Trust the future”

Students to solve a series of technical tasks of increasing difficulty Airbus Defence and Space is launching its cyber security ethics challenge “Trust the future”, a competition open to all engineering and IT students from the French Mines-Télécom Institute and the ESIEA (École Supérieure d’Informatique, Électronique, Automatique), EPITA (École pour l’Informatique et les Techniques Avancées)

Airbus Defence and Space Cyber and Alstom sign cyber security cooperation agreement

Paris, 8 September 2021 – Airbus Defence and Space Cyber and Alstom, global leader in sustainable mobility, have signed a worldwide cooperation agreement focussing on rail transport cybersecurity. The partnership will allow the partners to provide rail operators with solutions and services combining Alstom’s solutions and expertise in rail transport with Airbus CyberSecurity’s services and expertise in

Airbus Defence and Space Cyber and KUB partner to offer the best decontamination solution for removable devices

Paris, September 8, 2021 – Airbus CyberSecurity announces its collaboration with KUB, the industry leader in removable device decontamination, to extend the cyber defence capabilities of KUB’s white station network beyond what can be achieved using antivirus engines alone. The partnership includes the integration of Orion Malware, Airbus CyberSecurity’s file analysis platform, which will extend

Airbus Defence and Space Cyber and Claroty Partner to Secure Manufacturing Environments

Collaboration Incorporates Airbus CyberSecurity’s Security Operations Centre 4.0 Managed Security Services with Claroty’s Industrial Cybersecurity Platform Airbus CyberSecurity and Claroty, have teamed up to strengthen the security of manufacturing environments in critical national infrastructure (CNI), government, and defence organisations. The partnership delivers strong cyber resilience by protecting customers’ critical systems from cyber threats and downtime,

Healthcare: a complex industry with a need for strong cyber security

by Fernando Guerrero B., OT Security Expert   Today more than ever, the healthcare industry is on the road to real digital transformation. In health centres, where patient treatment is urgent, there are many factors that need to be meticulously managed every hour of every day. Medical records must have up-to-date and reliable data Examinations and laboratory

The devastating impact of cyber-attacks on industrial control and operational technology systems

by our Cyber Threat Intelligence Team  Like all organisations, industrial companies such as manufacturers and utilities are regularly targeted by cyber-attacks. Since they operate Industrial Control Systems (ICS) or Operational Technologies (OT), the consequences of such attacks can be dramatic and far-reaching, including the interruption of essential services like power and water. Cyber-attacks on industrial

Securing the Rail Sector: A Directive Level Approach

How can cyber security impact TOCs?  Cyber security risks are considered to be an increasing source of concern for Train operating company (TOC) executives as these risks affect businesses directly. Due to the rising number of cyber incidents that target industrial sectors such as railway, utilities and manufacturing etc., it has never been more critical

Examining key similarities between operating a power grid and a SOC

by Fernando Guerrero B., OT Security Expert Electricity is the primary enabler of most businesses, and therefore the foundation of a global development. The power sector forms part of every country’s infrastructure. When its functionality is endangered, the consequences to society can be serious and even catastrophic. The sector’s value chain includes the generation, transmission and distribution of

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