Ten Technologies Needed on the Digital Battlefield

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“How a lot of hackers has the Pope”?

As warfare increasingly focuses to the digital battlefield, ten rising technologies have been discovered that could support Western protection forces repel so-named gray zone attacks.

The growing risk posed by gray zone or hybrid conflict – where attacks are carried out by exploiting IT vulnerabilities and other non-standard fight routes, instead than open warfare – signifies defence and protection agencies ought to be rethinking their solution and looking to quickly deploy rising technologies, according to a new report.

The Assurance in Chaos report from defence and protection firm firm QinetiQ, charts the change from standard open warfare to gray zone or sub-threshold tactics employed by both of those state and non-state adversaries and highlights the central job that technological know-how plays in both of those enabling gray zone attacks and defending from them.

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