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09/29/2022
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Cyber Command shared how it prepared for the Russian invasion of Ukraine and the potential for retaliation against the U.S. European Command. The Pentagon has issued another round of support for Ukraine, and we have details on what's included in it. And a pair of industry leaders showcased the power of 5G to deploy a swarm of 5G-enabled drones and capture tracking data on targets. Welcome to the DefenseScoop newsletter, Sept. 28, 2022.

US cyber teams prepped Eucom's networks for potential Russian attacks prior to Ukraine invasion

In the run-up to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine in February, U.S. Cyber Command deployed teams to European Command to harden networks in case Moscow sought to escalate its digital operations in response to American assistance to Ukraine, according to a top Cybercom official. Mark Pomerleau takes you inside.


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Counter-drone tech, radars included in new $1.1B Ukraine assistance package

The new $1.1 billion security assistance package for Ukraine, announced by the Pentagon on Wednesday, includes counter-drone capabilities as well as more powerful radars for unmanned aerial systems. Jon Harper has more from the Pentagon.


Lockheed, Verizon use drone swarm to transfer ISR data between 5G networks in ongoing pilot

During a simulated mission on a test range in Colorado this month, Lockheed Martin and Verizon deployed a swarm of 5G-enabled drones that captured and moved real-time intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) data to geo-track military targets, senior officials from the companies told reporters on Tuesday. Brandi Vincent has more.


Can Kaspersky survive the Ukraine war?

The Ukraine war continues to cause problems for Kaspersky, a titan of the antivirus industry accused of having ties to Russian intelligence. Our colleagues on CyberScoop have this.


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