A common central idea in defending military, government and commercial networks from cyberattack involves “operating through the attack.” To do so, the defender needs near-real-time awareness of an attacker's methods and targets and the ability to manage consequences on the fly. Most of that technology is considered classified or confidential. However, capabilities being marketed by Elbit Systems' land and C4I [Command, Control, Communications, Computers, Intelligence] solutions branch ...


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