NATO trend? Pentagon defense computers tied to the cloud.
U.S. is downsizing its Armed Forces. 7000 american soldiers withdrawing from Europe. Cyber “cold” warfare is a fact. To defend the U.S. military’s information assets, Pentagon leaders say defense computers must be tied to the cloud — meaning an online environment that can be centrally locked down. Yet it’s difficult to police parts of that environment manufactured or even housed in countries that stand accused of cyberespionage, experts say.
What will NATO do?
The shift of military operations to the cloud will require protecting electronics manufactured in Asia from supply chain tampering, say some private security auditors. But that won’t necessarily mean inspecting every network component made in China.
“Our clouds are running off of hardware that’s built in China,” said…READ MORE HERE
Europe Security News. U.S. Armed Forces, including this fighter, shift operations to the cloud. What will NATO forces do? Photo Credit iStockPhoto