Digital Risks, discovered.
Airline Industry Index
Metrics derived from continuous monitoring of airline digital environments. This information is updated every 30 days.
|Bank 1||52||71||n/a||89%||0%||150||46%||19 years||4.13||0.61|
|Bank 2||97||157||n/a||92%||1%||349||36%||68 years||10.53||0.93|
|Bank 3||5||8||n/a||100%||0%||20||5%||1 year||2.52||0.44|
|Bank 4||39||68||n/a%||79%||3%||148||34%||10 years||3.79||0.35|
|Bank 5||11||17||n/a||94%||0%||37||41%||68 years||4.81||1.04|
As British Airlines, Air Canada and Cathay Pacific learned, falling prey to a website or mobile app security incident is a real risk. With more consumers making direct travel purchases online, the airline industry needs to better protect digital assets. Inability to identify and secure the code that renders on consumer devices is a serious problem. On average, the Airline sector experienced:
- 99% of executing domains are from third-party vendors
- Airline 3 appears to be the most controlled use of third-party code
- 64 domains, on average, execute when consumers access the home page
- 1% high-risk domains, on average, but Airline 4 has 3%
- 68 year cookie is the largest tracker in the index; it’s found on 2 sites
- Large amount of cookies rack consumers for more than 12 months
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