Guarding Pentagon Weapons Against Cyberattack

Credit: U.S. Marine Corps
The Defense Department spends hundreds of billions of dollars every year to buy weapons. Given that a cyberattack could turn one of those weapons against U.S. forces—sending a tiltrotor careening to the ground or interfering with satellite communications—officials have directed the services to make...

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