The Basics of DO-326A/ED-202A Airworthiness Security Process Specification
DO-326A/ED-202A Is a Key Piece of Guidance for the Safety of Airborne Equipment
Simplify the complexities of airworthiness security and gain an understanding of this crucial aviation standard for securing aircraft systems.
Cybersecurity in the aviation industry is a concern for avionics systems developers
Cybersecurity concerns are growing in the aviation industry. Avionics systems developers must now focus on the vulnerability risks of airborne equipment. DO-326A/ED-202A, entitled Airworthiness Security Process Specification, is a key guidance document in ensuring the safety of airborne equipment.
DO-326A is a standard developed by the Radio Technical Commission for Aeronautics (RTCA) that provides guidelines for the development of an aviation cybersecurity management system, focusing on the protection of aircraft systems against cyber threats and ensuring the safe and secure operation of aviation systems.
The European Organisation for Civil Aviation Equipment (EUROCAE) established ED-202A as a standard for unmanned aircraft systems (UAS), the minimum operational and technical requirements for UAS in non-segregated airspace. Areas such as airworthiness, system safety, command and control, and communication are provided for in ED-202A for the safe integration of UAS into the existing aviation system.
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