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Aviation Security Engineering

Aviation Security Engineering

Copyright: 2011
Pages: 356
ISBN: 9781608070725

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Filling a critical gap in aviation engineering literature, this unique and timely resource provides you with a thorough introduction to aviation system security. It enables you to understand the challenges the industry faces and how they are being addressed. You get a complete analysis of the current aviation security standards ARINC 811, ED-127 and the draft SC-216. The book offers you an appreciation for the diverse collection of members within the aviation industry. Moreover, you find a detailed treatment of methods used to design security controls that not only meet individual corporate interests of a stakeholder, but also work towards the holistic securing of the entire industry. This forward-looking volume introduces exiting new areas of aviation security research and techniques for solving today 's the most challenging problems, such as security attack identification and response.
Part I Security and Aviation; Aviation Security Engineering -Introduction. What is Security?. AviationAviation Security. An Emerging Discipline. Conclusions. ; Security: AnIntroduction and Tutorial -Introduction. What is Security?. Terminology. Security Risk Management. Controls and Control Philosophies. Security Meets RealityTrust. Aviation Security. Holistic Security Approach. Relevant Standards. Conclusions.; Aviation as a System: Air Transportation System -Introduction. Aviation Terminology. High-Level View on Air Transportation. Air Transportation System Model. System-of-SystemsAir Transportation SubSystems. Performance FrameworkSecurity Performance. Conclusions.; Part II Where We Stand Today; Traditional Approach to Aviation Security -Introduction. Understanding TodayBy Looking Back. Where Are We TodayResponses to Definin Moments. Today 's ParadigmLayered ApproachFocus on Prevention. Lessons Learned From 9/11Paradigm ShiftPrevention Can Fail. Emerging Concerns. Conclusions.; Aviation Regulations and Standards -Introduction. Aviation and Regulation. International Air Law and National Regulation. Interface Between Regulation and Industry Standards. Notable Rules and Actors. New ChallengesIndustry Standards. Conclusions.; Implementing Security Controls -Introduction. Implementing Security Versus Safety. Security Certification. A Lifecycle Approach to Security. Effective Incident Response. Groundworthiness. Formalized Trust Models. Security Automation. Conclusions.; Part III Moving Forward; Reaction to Threats: Time-Critical Decision-Making and Natural Decision-Making -Introduction. Decision-MakingTCDM Versus DM. NDM and RPDSolving Known Problems. Issues and Limitations. Operational Issues. Solution in an Aeronautical Environment. Summary and Conclusions.; Aircraft Security -Introduction. The Problem of Aircraft Security. Ground Attacks. The Use of Imagery. Preventing Attacks by Crew. Preventing Passenger Attacks. Conclusions.; Airport Security -Introduction. Current Concerns. Current Approaches. Solutions. AirsideSupply Chain Considerations. Airside Operations Considerations. Conclusions.; Communication, Navigation, and Surveillance System -Introduction. Communication, Navigation, and Surveillance Subsystems. Future of CNS. Attack Spaces. The CNS System in Response to an Attack. ; Conclusions.; Airspace Security -Introduction. State AuthorityHomeland Security and National Defense. ProblemSecuring the Airspace. Interception. Ground Interventions. Recent Research. Conclusions.; Conclusions: Holistic Approach to Aviation Security -Introduction. Stepping Stones. Aviation Security Engineering. Final WordsAre We Going in the Right Direction?.; About the Authors. Index.;
  • Rainer Kolle Rainer Kolle is an ATM security expert at EUROCONTROL in Brussels, Belgium. A Ph.D. candidate at the University of Lancaster, Mr. Kolle holds a master's degree in electrical engineering from the University of the Federal Armed Forces in Hamburg, Germany.
  • Garik Markarian Garik Markarian is chair and head of the Department of Communications Systems at Lancaster University. He is one of the world's leading scientists specializing in the area of wireless broadband communications. He co-authored over 200 publications, including numerous journal articles four books.
  • Alex Tarter Alex Tarter works for Ultra Electronics in London, specializing in UAV and aviation security projects. He has prepared over 50 reports on various aspects of aviation security for EUROCONTROL and UK MoD and has written over 20 papers in peer-reviewed journals. He holds a master's degree in engineering from Imperial College London and is currently pursuing his Ph.D. at Lancaster University.
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