How can those in the aviation industry best leverage the law to both secure their data and maintain growth in the field?
What steps can the private sector take to lead (or be proactive) through the governmental and legal tangle of rules, regulations, and laws as well as the lack thereof?
Having a good business model is key to the success of any business. At the heart of the concept of a business model is the basic question of how the business works.
Since cyber activities and connectedness has become such an integral, inescapable part of every business, business models need to adjust for the current cyber needs while anticipating future requirements.
The aviation industry is certainly no exception to this rule. It is imperative to create an infrastructure which can adapt to technological advancements and still retain cybersecurity.
Cyber touches so many aspects of the aviation industry that planning for each vector is a daunting task. However, understanding the needs of the company is critical to designing an intelligent business model. Consider these questions provided by the Department of Homeland Security:
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