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.
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.