When it comes to mobile security, it's hard to imagine anybody more mobile, or in need of more security, than the men and women of the U.S. Navy. That is why the Naval Academy now has an all new Center for Cyber Security Studies, and is even considering offering a major in the field. The Center's director, Capt. Steven Simon says that there are virtually no areas where cyber security is not applicable when it comes to the Navy: whether they are sending out a ship, a Marine in the field or flying a plane, cyber communication is a must, meaning security comes on its heels.
The use of personal technology like iPhones and social networking sites within the division is a new concern, which is being met with a quick effort to educate all military personnel. "The best defense is a good offense", and some midshipmen will specialize in computer science and information technology, becoming highly skilled "cyber warriors", to match their real-life skills.
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