“Cyber-assaults are each and every bit as fatal as all those confronted on the physical battlefield”
The British isles military’s 13th Sign Regiment, initially assembled 5 yrs right before WW2, has been reformed this week into a dedicated cyber regiment tasked with defending the UK’s defence networks at house and aboard.
The unit will help set up a new Military Cyber Facts Safety Functions Centre that will safeguard the Ministry of Defence’s cyber domain. In the tradition of joint forces the army’s 13th Sign Regiment will get the job done with the Royal Air Force and the Royal Navy.
The new iteration of the armed forces unit highlights the evolving battlefield in which modern armed forces are envisioned to conduct warfare. The weapons of war have gone through a broad digitalisation, although at the exact time a new entrance in cyberspace has established the need for specialised