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  • DO-355A-Information Security Guidance for Continuing Airworthiness
  • The guidance provided by this joint document is intended to constitute an Acceptable Means of Compliance for approving information security aspects of Continuing Airworthiness activities performed by Design Approval Holders and Operators. This document provides guidance for the operation and maintenance of aircraft and for organizations and personnel involved in these tasks. It is intended to support the responsibilities of the Design Approval Holder (DAH) to obtain a valid airworthiness certificate and aircraft operators to maintain their aircraft to demonstrate that the effects on the safety of the aircraft of information security threats are confined within acceptable levels. As all information security threats may have an intentional origin, this document also covers Intentional Unauthorized Electronic Interaction (IUEI).
  • DO-355A-PDF
  • Electronic
  • SC-216
  • 9/10/2020