Read the latest articles from Leonardo in the UK, covering a breadth of subjects from corporate social responsibility and STEM to cyber security and manufacturing excellence.
While supply chain risk management is a crucial part of an overall enterprise cyber risk management approach, a vital element of this is a thought-through approach to managing risks associated with customer interactions.
This article analyses the human aspects of cyber security and how organisations need to understand the risks and then develop targeted action plans for positive behavioural change.
Read how Leonardo's ‘Falcon Shield' counter-drone system played a major role in the re-opening of Gatwick airport before Christmas 2018.
Denial of Service due to a successful cyber-attack has major implications to any business. Organisations must therefore make the assumption that a cyber incident will happen and have the ability to continue operating critical services in a secure manner during such an event.
Leonardo's Deputy Head of Electronics in Edinburgh, Dr Carol Marsh, who has recently been appointed Chair of IET Scotland, explains how she plans to champion the themes of STEM education and gender equality in the engineering community.
As the Royal Air Force Tornado takes its final flight this year, we look back on the capability that many of our Leonardo UK family have helped deliver for decades - helping protect the aircraft and its crews right through to the end of its service life.
How training and mission rehearsal is helping Electronic Warfare Operational Support (EWOS) personnel become fundamental enablers.
Edinburgh engineers working on the UK's next generation combat aircraft mark the site's history, as gyros originally designed for WWII Spitfires cease production.
The airborne Search and Rescue (SAR) sector could be transformed, thanks to new award-winning technology developed by Leonardo and Smith Myers Communications which can locate a casualty through their mobile phone location, even when out of network coverage.
Scientists from Leonardo's InfraRed Sensors Team in Southampton are playing an integral role in an international OSIRIS-REx mission that seeks to discover more about the origins of the Universe.