The U.S. military owns more than 13,000 aircraft and many more weapon systems, each with multiple subsystems. From an airpower standpoint, it represents an overwhelming advantage. But from a hacker’s perspective, those numbers represent limitless points of entry. With so many vulnerabilities, the Pentagon faces an ongoing battle about the best way to add resilience to its network systems. In 2016, the Defense Science Board issued a report pointing out a major inadequacy in the ...

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