U.S. Ballistic Missile Defense Systems Fail Cybersecurity Audit


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I know the minuteman system had a ludicrous password so I hope we do not learn that they have used something just as stupid.

 
December 15th 2018, By Lawrence Abrams
 
A U.S. Department of Defense Inspector General report released this week outlines the inadequate cybersecurity practices being used to protect the United States' ballistic missile defense systems (BMDS ).
 
Ballistic missile defense systems are used by the U.S.A. to counter short, medium, intermediate and long range ballistic missiles that target the United States of America. As these systems are controlled by computers and software, they are at risk for being targeted by state-sponsored attacks that attempt to gain control of the systems, damage them, or steal classified information & source code.
 
 

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