Understanding cybersecurity and risk is an extremely daunting challenge. AIAA is here it help! We want to be your resource for what’s happening, specifically in aerospace technology. Through AIAA tabletop exercises, keynote speeches, forum sessions, and workshops, we want to be your principal resource in
building cybersecurity capabilities and thought leadership in aerospace. Our goal is to break through the clutter, and provide the cybersecurity information and resources you need.
Through a new partnership with renowned cybersecurity expert Richard Clarke and his firm Good Harbor Security Risk Management, AIAA will expand your access to cyber insights and other resources, and continue to offer unrivaled opportunities for you
to be informed and involved.
NEW: Protocol: Aerospace Cybersecurity News
In December 2016, AIAA launched the new e-newsletter
Protocol: Aerospace Cybersecurity News, the cyber intelligence connection for aerospace professionals. Opt-in below to receive commentary and expert analysis on the most pressing cybersecurity issues of the day, along with curated links to stories of
More information on why AIAA and Good Harbor created this partnership can be found in the
November announcement from AIAA President Jim Maser.
Commentary and Featured Articles from Protocol
Archived Issues of Protocol: Aerospace Cybersecurity News
Additional Cybersecurity Resources from AIAA
- Paper: A Framework for
Aviation Cybersecurity" (13 August, 2013)
Outlines the existing and evolving cyber threat to the world’s $2.2 trillion commercial aviation enterprise, and notes the lack of international agreement on cybersecurity as it relates to aviation.
Cybersecurity in Civil and Commercial Aviation (13 August, 2013)
Richard A. Clarke, Chairman and CEO, Good Harbor Risk Management, LLC
Keynote address, focused on cybersecurity in civil and commercial aviation. Clarke, the former U.S. national coordinator for security, infrastructure protection, and counterterrorism, and the author of the New York Times bestseller "Cyberwar: The Next Threat to National Security and What To Do
About It, discussed the potential devastating losses to commercial aviation and society at large if cyber threats to aviation systems are not properly addressed. Clarke also offered solutions to some of the more immediate threats facing the aviation enterprise, allowing IT and other professionals to wage
more effective and precise anti-threat campaigns.