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AI Heightens Cyber Risk for Legacy Weapon Systems

AI Heightens Cyber Risk for Legacy Weapon Systems

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The U.S. weapons arsenal developed without a zero trust architecture is at growing risk from cyberattacks, lawmakers heard today in a panel dedicated to how artificial intelligence can simultaneously help and hurt efforts to protect warfighters from digital attacks.

Weapon systems contains dozens, even hundreds, of special-purpose computers that perform digital functions from the control surfaces on an aircraft to data radios on submarines. The Defense Science Board a decade ago said that nearly every conceivable component of the military is networked.

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