The European Commission has confirmed this rise in criminal activity is a result of the the increased amount of time that people are spending online as they stay home to help slow the spread of COVID-19. Remote workers are particularly vulnerable to cyberattacks as they are much more likely to use private e-mail accounts, public filesharing and online conferencing services – which are often inadequately protected – rather than the official tools provided by their organisation.
Airbus CyberSecurity and Amossys will have signed a partnership agreement at the International Cybersecurity Forum (FIC) in Lille. The partnership between the major industrial cyber security services supplier and the Rennes-based SME at the cutting edge of cyber security innovation respectively has three focus areas.
In 2019, Airbus CyberSecurity won five new contracts with major groups or organisations in the industrial, finance and institutional sectors, some of which are operators of essential services (OIV - Organismes d’Importance Vitale). These contracts concern the surveillance and protection of their information systems and networks from an Airbus CyberSecurity SOC (Security Operations Centre).
The National Cybersecurity Agency of France, ANSSI, has qualified the Airbus CyberSecurity SOC (Security Operations Centre) in Elancourt, France, at PDIS (Prestataire de Détection d'Incidents de Sécurité - Security Incident Detection Service Provider) level. PDIS is the highest security level defined in the category of detection activities.
Airbus CyberSecurity, an Airbus Defence and Space unit, has signed an agreement with French services provider ORSYS to join forces in cyber training. As part of this agreement, ORSYS has selected the Airbus Cyber Range training platform to advance its services offering.
Airbus CyberSecurity and Thales, two European leaders in cybersecurity, have signed a partnership agreement to offer a unique solution against cyber attacks. The solution will combine the file analysis system Orion Malware from Airbus CyberSecurity with Thales’s intrusion detection system Cybels Sensor, which obtained Security Visa from the French national cybersecurity agency (ANSSI) in April 2019
Airbus experts have selected seven teams for the 2019 final of world-class competition Fly Your Ideas which invites students from around the world to innovate in key areas for the industry: Electrification, Data Services, Cyber Security, Internet of Things, Artificial Intelligence and Mixed Reality. The finalist teams were selected after a three-month development phase working with support from Airbus mentors.
Airbus SE (stock exchange symbol: AIR) detected a cyber incident on Airbus “Commercial Aircraft business” information systems, which resulted in unauthorised access to data. There is no impact on Airbus’ commercial operations.