CEO and president Michael Santiago says: "In an industry lacking cybersecurity solutions, Cyviation provides the technology and tools that are desperately required, especially for business clients more sensitive to their privacy and safety. It is a pleasure to collaborate with an experienced team, and we are looking forward to continuing to innovate together."
Cyviation is an Israel-based cybersecurity company that provides remote fleet assessment, aircrew training and aviation security information. Its continuous, non-intrusive fleet assessment capabilities evaluate and map aircraft vulnerabilities, a process includes threat impact analysis, recommended mitigations and cyber resiliency to bolster and safeguard passenger and crew safety from malicious attacks.
Chairman Arik Arad says: "It's not a question of if, but when an aircraft will fall prey to a cyber-attack. We must consistently remain ahead of attackers, anticipating and neutralising threats before they manifest."
Market research company Technavio recently forecast expansion of the aviation cybersecurity market by $38.08bn between 2022 and 2027. Concurrently, aviation regulators worldwide are crafting and enforcing more stringent cybersecurity standards, underscoring the need for advanced protective strategies.
Cyviation CEO Avi Tenenbaum adds: "In a world where cyber threats are ever-present and regulatory measures continuously evolve, our mission is to provide the aviation sector with unparalleled cybersecurity defences."