BrandPost: Fireside Chat with Panasonic Avionics: Talking Security for In-flight Infotainment

August 2, 2017

Panasonic Avionics provides in-flight connectivity and infotainment content for more than 300 airlines around the world, addressing the growing demand from passengers for Internet access while in transit. The company also offers the same services to the shipping, maritime, mining, and oil and gas industries. With travelers bringing more personal devices, from laptops, tablets, to smartphones and Internet of Things (IoT) devices onto airplanes, Panasonic Avionics’ service delivery requirements have evolved, creating new demands and challenges for their IT and security infrastructure. 

Fortinet recently talked with Michael Dierickx, director of security engineering and information security officer, about Panasonic Avionics’ security priorities and the tools they use to keep customers’ information safe on today’s connected aircraft.

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