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Intelsat encrypting Five Eyes as contested operations increase

18th September 2018 - 08:47 GMT | by Helen Haxell in London


The safe transference of data is of the upmost importance to civil and military operators alike; however, the conduct of clandestine missions conducted by multinational actors in the evolving digital battlespace must be undertook securely without interference and Intelsat General Communications (IGC) is using encryption to protect these missions.

Global communications company IGC provides communications and satellite infrastructure networks to enable operators the capacity to have broadband connectivity, multi-format video broadcasting, in addition to secure SATCOM and mobility services.

Lesley Rahman, director of engineering at IGC LLC, explained to Shephard in a statement how the company’s satellites interplay with civil and military customers information sharing.

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Helen Haxell


Helen Haxell

Helen Haxell was Air Editor at Shephard Media, having joined in February 2016 as Editor …

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