ENSURING CYBER SECURITY IN AIRLINES TO PREVENT DATA BREACH
Using the data breach issues that happened in Cathay Pacific Airways (CX) and British Airways (BA) as case studies, the aim of this study is to focus on analyzing cyber security against data breach that affects airlines passengers’ privacy and induces greater financial losses for airlines. The objective is to investigate the possible leakages in airlines’ cyber security and explore how to strengthen cyber security in airlines. Based on the results, preventative, detective, and reactive measures were revealed which contribute to strengthening cyber security for the airlines.
Keywords: Cyber Security, Data Breach, Airlines.
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