Honeywell Engineer Warns Of Cyber Vulnerabilities

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HARTFORD—Data security in the air requires a “joint venture” of the flight department, corporate IT department and connectivity service providers, advises a Honeywell Aerospace engineer. “It’s a joint effort,” says Michael Yerardi, a Honeywell senior application engineer focused on cockpit and cabin...

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