Even though satellite signals are vulnerable to spoofing attacks from hackers, the world’s newest global navigation system, Europe’s Galileo, has been operating with no way to protect civilian users from hacking attempts since its launch in December.
But it is Galileo’s newness that has led researchers at the University of Leuven in Belgium to equip Galileo with what is believed to be the first digital security measure for a global navigation system for non-military use.
ORIGINAL SOURCE: ZDNet
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