Aviation Cyber Security Market Set To Grow To $3.4bn By 2027

14 August 2018
Aviation

Visiongain has launched a new defence report Aviation Cyber Security Market Forecast 2017-2027 :  Forecasts For Air Traffic Management Systems (ATM), Airline / Aircraft Systems, Airport Systems, and CRS/GDS Systems, Leading Regional and National Markets, and Details of Leading Companies, PLUS Contract Details Including Cloud Endpoint Protection, Advanced Threat Detection (ATD), Advanced Threat Protection (ATP) To Protect Against Advanced Persistent Threat (APT), Malware, Trojan Horses, Viruses, Hacking, Unauthorised Remote Access, Distributed Denial of Service (DDOS)

The cyber security market is relatively new and there are three main factors which drive the market. The first driver comes in the form of internal technological development with the second coming in the form of an external threat of attack from assailants, terror organisations and organised criminals. The third driver is the overarching development of aviation as an industry, representing the core factor for there being increasing demand for cyber security solutions. Visiongain expects the overarching growth of aviation, particularly in emerging regions, to contribute greatly to the growth of the cyber security market.
The Visiongain report analyst commented “The aviation industry is important to the global economy. Any cyber-attack to this industry would result in important social and economic consequences. The aviation industry relies on computer systems extensively in its ground and flight operations. The security of the airline systems can directly impact the operational safety and efficiency of the industry, and indirectly impact the service, reputation and financial health of the industry. Steps must be taken by stakeholders active in the aviation industry to ensure the safety and security of operations. This can only be achieved through increased collaboration between key stakeholder groups in order to create a united front to protect the aviation industry from an increasingly dangerous and credible cyber threat.”

Leading companies featured in the report who are operational within this market include IBM, Intel, and Amadeus IT Holding S.A.

Notes for Editors
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