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5G: Speed Isn’t Everything; DoD, FCC Need To Work On Spectrum

Posted by Colin Clark on


To protect the content of 5G transmissions, the Pentagon should accelerate development of mobile applications using end-to-end encryption. Today’s military radios or encrypted email only encrypt a message in transit. The message exists in an unencrypted form in the receiving server.

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Raytheon Aims to Straddle DoD Missile Defense Satellite Portfolio [Sponsored]

Posted by Theresa Hitchens on


Wallis Laughrey, Raytheon Vice President for Space and Airborne Systems, says it is possible that the Air Force will keep both Raytheon and Northrop Grumman as Next-Gen OPIR GEO payload providers “if funding is available.”

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NSA’s Cybersecurity Directorate Is ‘Back to the Future’

Posted by Theresa Hitchens on


The elevation of the cybersecurity mission to “it’s own Directorate raises its stature in NSA to a prominence that is absolutely needed,” says one former NSA official.

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‘Golden Age Of SIGINT May Be Over’: New Encryption Foils IC Eavesdropping

Posted by Theresa Hitchens on


“End-to-end encryption of all communications and data, differential privacy, and secure communications for all users are likely to be the new reality,” says a new DARPA-funded study.

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UN Agency Opens International Email Traffic To Government Scrutinty

Posted by Wyatt Kash on


The International Telecommunications Union sent shock waves across the Internet with an agreement approved last night which would give countries a right to access international telecommunications services including Internet traffic. While the U.S., Canada, Australia, Norway, Denmark, and other countries refused to go along with the measure, the motion carried in a decision that caught… Keep reading →

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