INCIDENT: Cyberattack attack at Boeing Subsidiary Causes Widespread Flight Disruptions

Jeppesen, a wholly-owned Boeing subsidiary that provides navigation and flight planning tools, confirmed on Thursday that it is dealing with a cybersecurity incident that has caused some flight disruptions. Receipt and processing of so-called notice to air missions, which inform pilots and airlines about potential hazards during flights, have also been impacted, Jeppesen wrote.

Boeing has declined to comment on what caused the cyberattack or the full scope.

Incident Date

November 2, 2022

Location

United States

Estimated Cost

Unknown

Victims

Type of Malware:

Threat Source:

No threat source identified

References:

  • Cyber Incident Impacts Boeing Subsidiary Jeppesen’s Flight Planning Tools
  • Cyber attack on Boeing subsidiary behind Sunwing outage

Impacts

OT

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