RadArnomaly: Protecting Radar Systems from Data Manipulation Attacks

  title={RadArnomaly: Protecting Radar Systems from Data Manipulation Attacks},
  author={Shai Cohen and Efrat Levy and Avi Shaked and Tair Cohen and Yuval Elovici and Asaf Shabtai},
  journal={Sensors (Basel, Switzerland)},
Radar systems are mainly used for tracking aircraft, missiles, satellites, and watercraft. In many cases, information regarding the objects detected by a radar system is sent to, and used by, a peripheral consuming system, such as a missile system or a graphical user interface used by an operator. Those systems process the data stream and make real-time operational decisions based on the data received. Given this, the reliability and availability of information provided by radar systems have… 

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