Global: satellites, security and the social graph
In our age of telecommunications convergence and the infusion of social media throughout all communications, it is unremarkable that satellite communications would face the same risks of cyber attack as are facing the telecommunications industry generally. With our increased reliance on space technology, these risks present real issues and vulnerabilities.
The nature of satellite communications, however, presents some significant structural differences and susceptibilities for cyber terrorism, hacking and risk avoidance…
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