Preparing for Cybergeddon

Keggler, Johnny; Mahon, Tim
April 2009
Armada International;Apr2009, Vol. 33 Issue 2, p34
The article focuses on the need of the U.S. military to protect itself from the possible consequences arising from cyber warfare attacks which includes wireless networks, radar systems or other electronic warfare invasion. One of the mandate of the Cyberdefence Management Authority (CMA) is to prevent a cyber attack escalating to a potentially catastrophic point. A terminal and antenna from Thrane & Thrane features a spot beam handover technology.


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