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U.S. Navy Task Force Fights Back Against Cyber Intrusions

Kris Osborn Security, Rapidly evolving cyber technology continues to expand well beyond computer networks, data systems and other IT military tasks to further integrate with weapons, ships, submarines and aircraft, among other things. Fire-control systems that track targets and launch missiles, manned-unmanned teaming between fighter-jets and drones, algorithms for F-35 “sensor fusion” or mini-swarms of integrated drones designed to overwhelm enemy air defenses - are all examples or larger weapons systems and platforms increasingly reliant upon computer systems.
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