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  • DO-356A - Airworthiness Security Methods and Considerations
  • This document is the joint product of two industry committees: the EUROCAE Working Group WG-72, titled “Aeronautical Systems Security” and the RTCA Special Committee SC-216, also titled “Aeronautical Systems Security”. This document provides a set of methods and guidelines that may be used within the airworthiness security process defined in RTCA DO-326A / EUROCAE ED-202A, Airworthiness Security Process Specification. It is recognized that alternative methods to the processes described or referenced in this document may be available to an organization desiring to obtain certification. This document does not provide guidelines concerning the structure of an individual organization or how the responsibilities for certification activities are divided. No such guidance should be inferred from the descriptions provided.
  • DO-356A
  • Hard Copy
  • SC-216
  • 6/21/2018