Inspector notifies FAA of ATC computer system security gaps

08/13/2010 | Google

The Federal Aviation Administration has to do more to protect its air traffic control systems against cyber-attacks, according to a report by the Department of Transportation's Inspector General. Many of the FAA's computer systems still have security weaknesses, despite upgrades at some sites, the IG noted. The FAA is in the process of developing a timetable for improving its security, according to an FAA spokeswoman.

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