Aerospace and Defense corporations are on the front lines of the global cyber conflict, experiencing the most sophisticated state sponsored attacks. Protecting future defense capabilities and Intellectual Property is crucial for the viability of the business and for national security.
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The wide and complex network of third party stakeholders in the aerospace and defense supply chain is facing an increasing number of attacks from state sponsored actors.
Adversaries are seeking to target less sophisticated, third parties on the supply chain as an entry to access large defense contractors and to steal cutting edge defense technologies.
Such attackers have already exploited supply chain vulnerabilities to launch sophisticated cyber attacks to gather sensitive data about Lockheed Martin’s F-22 and F-35 fighter jets.
Threat actors may target defense technologies to create disruptions on the battlefield or to steal intellectual property to reduce their own costs and produce and sell new products at lower prices giving them a competitive advantage.
Cybersecurity Challenges in The Aerospace and Defense Industry
Many sectors in a modern economy are perceived to be critical to our nation’s economic well being. The aerospace and defense sector is uniquely positioned as it is crucial not only to the economy but also to national security. A cybersecurity breach in this sector could cause direct financial damage, weaken our national defense and competitive position and put lives at risk.
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