Question. What's the quickest and easiest way of taking out a Challenger 2 advanced main battle tank? A shoulder barge? Not a chance. A shoulder mounted rocket-propelled missile? Perhaps. A weenie bit of malware? Definitely.
Yes, cyberwarfare is the new, erm, black, according to Secure Computing. The IT security firm has just launched a new firewall for battlefield vehicles – MESHnet – which has been fully ruggedised to military standards to mitigate the risk of hacking attacks from the enemy, Sneak understands. Apparently the interception of communications between battlefield vehicles is a major risk for our brave boys nowadays – well, that and getting shot at by the Yanks. Sneak predicts that battlefield security could be a massive growth area for the likes of Symantec, McAfee et al. Rumours are that Trend Micro is fitting AV into soldiers helmets as we speak …
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