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According to Stephen Lucas, CISSP chief engineer, Information Assurance Division, CERDEC, "Because the Army transformation of the Future Force will be highly dependent upon mobile, internetted C4ISR [command, control, communications, computer, intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance] systems, it is critical that these systems be protected from compromise due to information warfare attacks." Lucas adds that technologies developed through TWNA "will prevent network-based attacks from compromising or diminishing the effectiveness of mobile computer systems and networks, help maintain warfighter trust [and] confidence in battlefield information and reduce system vulnerabilities."

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