Deepak Sharma

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  • Col. Deepak Sharma is Research Fellow at the Institute for Defence Studies and Analyses. <a href="/profile/dsharma">Click here for detailed profile</a>.

    Threats to Space Assets and India's Options

    Threats to Space Assets and India's Options

    Space assets are vulnerable to a variety of threats that include jamming of communications, command and control systems/links, physical attacks on satellites and ground stations, dazzling or blinding of satellite sensors; high-altitude nuclear detonations (HAND).

    China’s Cyber Warfare Capability and India’s Concerns

    The Chinese cyber warfare department’s multiple agencies and individuals are seriously working towards the overall objective of instantly disrupting or at least weakening the adversary’s computer networks so as to paralyse his decision making capability at the very commencement of hostilities. It is very difficult to protect networks from such attacks. The weakest link in cyber security measures are the persons operating the system who often, knowingly or unknowingly, default on cyber security measures.

    Space Capability and India's Defence Communications Up to 2022 and Beyond

    Space Capability and India's Defence Communications Up to 2022 and Beyond

    Military organisations worldwide have steadily increased reliance on space assets for communications, surveillance, and navigation. India has sufficient space capability as compared to China.

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