US Military Vulnerable Online

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Like civilian users, the U.S. armed forces have eagerly embraced the promise of Internet Protocol communications, identifying myriad ways in which the new technology might enhance the survivability and effectiveness of war fighters.

But as the joint force becomes increasingly net-centric, it also becomes more vulnerable to cyber threats.

Cyber operatives have repeatedly penetrated Pentagon networks and other national-security sites such as the Energy Department’s nuclear-weapons laboratories. Although U.S. military and intelligence networks are supposed to be isolated from the Internet, it only takes one intrusion via a cell phone or laptop computer for whole organizations to be penetrated Read the full upi report


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