The US Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) will tie-up with the New Mexico Institute of Mining and Technology to develop a new cyber training program.
As reported by breakingdefense.com the focus will be on getting to know how sensors embedded into devices that are connected via the Internet of Things (IoT) might be manipulated, both to protect US systems and to attack those of adversaries.
As per the contract details, the effort titled, “Cyber-Physical Research and Testing for Distributive Sensing’, is to conduct research and development in a relevant and realistic cyber and electronic warfare (EW) environment for the employment of assets for cyber-kinetic combat effects and Multi-Domain Operations (MDO). READ MORE...
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