Unifly makes UTM cybersecurity history with FAA and industry partners.

December 29, 2023
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Unifly, a UTM solutions provider, has completed the Unified UTM Cybersecurity Model project in collaboration with the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). The project aimed to refine a UTM cybersecurity model, establish requirements and a certification scheme, and validate the model in an operational environment. The lack of a comprehensive approach to UTM cybersecurity, including system requirements and a unified certification scheme, prompted the need for an updated security framework. Collaborating with stakeholders in the UTM ecosystem, Unifly developed a prototype model, and the findings from the project are expected to benefit the UTM industry, drone operators, regulators, and the general public by ensuring the safety and privacy of all airspace users.

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