Are you wondering what you should be testing when you are trying out the Base Camp Connect communication systems? If you didn't know, we have multiple demos available for those of you who would like to try the system before purchasing it. Here are five tests you should be doing to see the potential of the system.
You have already committed to using encryption to protect your emergency and tactical communication. There’s just one problem. Do you have any idea whether your encryption systems and practices will stand up to attack? Don’t wait for the next battle to find the answer. Instead, use these three techniques to kick the tires on your encryption processes.
Why This Matters
We have some exciting news! The Base Camp Connect team is growing.
It’s been two months now since Simon Bérard has joined the team as Technical Engineer / Research and Development (R&D). Simon has been working with the Canadian Armed Forces for the past 17 years. He started as a part-time reservist during his studies and then switched to full time for several years. In the beginning, Simon occupied a gunner role at the 6th Field Artillery Regiment, RCA. He then transitioned to the ACISS (Army Communications & Information Systems Specialist) trade at 35 Canadian Brigade Group Headquarters.
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During World War Two, the Allies had a decisive information advantage over the Axis. They had broken the German and Japanese encryption! That’s an advantage that you cannot afford to cede to your enemies. That kind of one-sided intelligence advantage is unlikely to occur again due to advances in encryption and code-breaking.
In combat, communication is an underappreciated variable. Use it well, and you can achieve objectives faster and at a lower cost of operation. If it is disrupted, expect a far greater struggle to reach your goal. Once you add the complexity of coalition operations to the story, communication becomes even more critical.