Welcome to Episode 37 of the third series of The Weekly Defence Podcast. Listen on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify and more.
Using cyber and electronic warfare to keep pace with adversaries (sponsored)
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Our adversaries are using the information domain, social media and COTS technologies to create an advantage, so how do we counter this?
The lines between traditional warfare and counter-terrorism are now very blurred.
Cyber and electronic warfare forms a core part of the evolution of modern warfare.
Our adversaries now take a holistic approach to integrating information warfare, cyber warfare and more traditional EW effects, and heavily utilise these capabilities to further their objectives in hybrid warfare at both a strategic and tactical level.
Industry, military and civil powers therefore need to work collaboratively to better understand and define an evolving approach to CEMA.
Join L3Harris on 12 September between 10:30 – 11:30 at DSEI in the Global Theatre for a panel discussion led by L3Harris’ Richard Flitton, exploring how we can keep pace with adversary doctrine.
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