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Potential hacking incident raises alarm over airline vulnerabilities

SmartBrief on ExecTech | May 19, 2015

A hacker's attempt to bring attention to the lack of security on airlines' computerized controls has drawn the attention of the FBI, which says the exercise exposes serious airline safety problems. The FBI is taking a look at the hacker's claims, while last month, the Government Accountability Office highlighted potential weaknesses in in-flight entertainment systems and airline Wi-Fi, saying that hackers could gain access to flight electronics. The Washington Post (tiered subscription model) (05/18)


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SmartBrief on ExecTech | May 21, 2015

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Senate to vote on NSA data collection bill

SmartBrief on ExecTech | May 20, 2015

EU members call for "digital sovereignty" in debate over cybersecurity rules

SmartBrief on ExecTech | May 21, 2015


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