In order to assess the industrial relevance of the Aniketos design-time framework, we report on its application to a typical use-case of the Air Traffic Management (ATM) System Wide Information Management (SWIM) system: a meteorological information request from a pilot in an aircraft involving air-ground data-link communications. The scope of the study runs from security requirements elicitation, to the deployment of dummy services implementing the meteorological request secured process and communication functions. The evaluation shows that a rich set of security requirements can be captured and managed throughout the design-time engineering process. The Aniketos design-time framework is assessed as a sound baseline. To allow for an industrial exploitation follow-up, some required improvements have been proposed.