More protection against hacking needed for vulnerable satellite communications
October 10, 201911:00 am
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As the the military sorts out its strategy for managing its space assets, one thing has become clear. Satellites and satellite communications are vulnerable. Adversaries are devising ways to jam GPS or hack into satellites. Retired Army reserve Col. Lawrence Sellin, who has expertise in IT command and control, joined Federal Drive with Tom Teminto discuss why he feels the the U.S. must pursue a more focused and organized approach to protecting space assets.
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