Airbus, the European Air Navigation Group, said on Wednesday that it had discovered acyber-intrusion its commercial aircraft division computer system.
The Group "Launched Cybercrime on Airbus Commercial Aircrat Information Systems That Created a unauthorized access to data. Airbus' commercial activity was not affected, ”explained in the text.
The constructor said, "Airbus experts are carefully investigating this incident and immediately took the necessary steps strengthen security measures existing ".
"We know that some personal data are available professional contact information and Identification Information "IT"
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"Airbus communicates with authorities and data protection authorities in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation (General Data Protection Regulation or GDPR), ”a statement is attached.
RGPD, a European regulation that came into force at the end of May, forces the victims of an attack or cyber attack to be warned within the next 48 hours after the discovery of personal data leaks to the affected institutions and people.
Airbus turnover was. T. EUR 59,000 million in 2017 employ around 130,000 people worldwide and is present in the aircraft, defense, aerospace and helicopter sectors.