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As the 2017 Paris Air Show has opened its doors, Marc Darmon, Executive Vice President, Secure Communications and Information Systems, speaks about the new security and cybersecurity challenges facing the aerospace sector as a whole. He points to today's investment priorities for airport security and explains how cybersecurity creates value by enabling new services for customers and passengers alike.
“It’s beginning to happen now, with cities, aircraft manufacturers and even Uber announcing air taxis over the next few years,” explains André Cléroux, Avionic Functions Product Line Director at Thales.
Thales Data Threat Report 2018: 93% of Indian respondents plan on increasing IT security spending this year
Thales, a leader in critical information systems, cybersecurity and data security, announces the findings of its 2018 Thales Data Threat Report, India edition, issued in conjunction with analyst firm 451 Research.
With Cyberattacks, there are only two types of companies: those who know they have been attacked and those who don’t
“The problem is often that companies don’t detect cyberattacks until information has been stolen or destroyed and when information systems themselves have been damaged, even though solutions and services are available” explains Stanislas de Maupeou, Cybersecurity Expert at Thales.
Scandals and infrastructure shutdowns of the past year have tapped into a collective fear.
The Cambridge Analytica scandal and WannaCry are two striking examples of recent events that massively dented people’s trust in digital solutions.
The quest for extended precision combat with greatly-reduced human risk is becoming a reality through armed drones. Thales is offering complete, end-to-end solutions.
After six months of acceleration, the nine startups on the Cyber@STATIONF programme have jointly developed three demonstrators. With the end of the first six-month season in sight, Thales is preparing the next phase of the accelerator programme and in July 2018 will announce the startups selected to take part in Season 2.
With steady growth in air traffic, more competition and new environmental challenges, stakeholders in the air transport sector are going through a major transformation as they leverage digital technologies to share information more effectively.
Healthcare is generating more and more confidential personal data, all of it increasingly targeted by hackers. Hospitals are therefore becoming more reliant on Thales' core activities and expertise in IOT, Cybersecurity and IA, to keep our radiology data safe.
Thales’ Cyber Human Error Analytics Tool, or CHEAT, identifies security flaws when data is critical and time of the essence, like when rounding the bend in the Grand Prix. Part of Thales’ palette of tools to “develop the cyber maturity” of a company.