securing modern aircraft from cyber-attacks

The more aircraft are connected, the more vulnerable they are to cyber attacks. Today’s modern, e-enabled aircraft come with advanced Ethernet and CAN-based network architectures which drive business but subject airlines and passengers to cyber risks. Argus helps commercial aviation companies to prevent, understand and respond to cyber attacks on connected aircraft.


Make it as hard as possible to penetrate the aircraft with multi-layered cyber security solutions starting with the weakest points on the attack surface of a commercial airliner, the cabin IFE and connectivity systems.


Detect attacks and determine their nature and impact through big data analysis and forensics tools.


Reduce time to mitigation through a security operation center (SOC) built to provide situational awareness of the connected aircraft fleet’s cyber health.


Argus Avionics Protection

  • Reinforces select avionic components from attacks originating inside and outside of avionic systems
  • The last barrier to mitigate supply chain attacks

Argus Aircraft Network Protection

  • Provides in-flight network security by detecting attacks, suspicious activity and changes in standard aircraft network behavior
  • Supports CAN based ARINC 825 or Ethernet based AFDX/ARINC 664

Argus Cabin Protection

  • Defends the cabin’s IFE and WiFi systems from internal and external threats
  • Stops attacks from spreading to the cabin management system or other critical systems

Argus Fleet Cyber Health Solution

  • Enables fleet managers to monitor and analyze the cyber health of their connected aircraft fleet
  • Generates insights on new attacks and trends through big data analysis performed offline after each flight in a security event and incident management system (SEIM)


Argus’ security services reflect our belief that by helping our customers take proactive measures to understand their cyber threat landscape, risks and vulnerabilities, we can significantly strengthen their cyber posture and reduce its related costs.

We help our customers remain vigilant about their cyber security through a suite of tailored consulting services that help integrate cyber security practices and processes into the entire product lifecycle. Working with customers both on and off-site, from concept phase to production, our award winning research team helps identify existing and potential risks, threats and vulnerabilities in aircraft network elements and other key components, all the while preparing customers for emerging regulations.


Argus provides customers with a better understanding of their cyber threat landscape so that they can make more informed decisions.


Argus provides comprehensive risk assessments of aircraft architecture, providing customers with a prioritized list of risks complete with their potential impact and recommended strategies for prevention. Our assessment is performed in accordance with ISO 27005, NIST SP 800-30, DO-326A or other customer specific standards.


Our research team identifies potential vulnerabilities in aircraft architecture and provides actionable steps to reduce the risk.


Our experienced automotive hackers work in black, grey and white box modes to identify if and how attackers can breach aircraft components and systems (e.g. IFE & IFC systems, cabin management system), manipulate them and steal data.


Our experienced emergency response team (ERT) provides real time support to airframers and airlines for cyber security events that require immediate attention. Argus ERT performs event analysis, recreates the attack scenario and begins the remediation processes. Strengthening the client’s ability to respond on technical and managerial levels, Argus ERT can greatly minimize damage to reputation and potentially eliminate the need for costly recalls.

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