WASHINGTON — Wrap technology is going to play a big role in what the Defense Department does with its massive and evolving cyberweapons arsenal.
The military is currently deploying an array of technology that has a high degree of versatility and versatility of use, but also can be used to target specific areas, like the cyberattack on Sony Pictures Entertainment.
But a new report says it can also be used for other missions.
The Pentagon’s top cyber strategist, Capt. James S. Lewis, says that’s what the wrap technology can be a great way to use in some of the most complex missions the Pentagon has ever put its hands in.
He spoke to ABC News in an exclusive interview.
What is wrap technology?
When it comes time to make decisions, the Army has to make a decision in a moment and it needs to know that the adversary is using certain technologies, Lewis said.
You can use a technology to attack them.
You could do it with a jammer.
You might want to use it to disrupt them or you could use it as a jamming device, and then you might want it to be used as a surveillance device.
But the most valuable thing is the ability to execute the mission and to execute it effectively.
That’s what wraps are used for.
When you talk about jamming and jamming devices, what is the difference between that?
When you jam, you have to have the ability for them to transmit or receive signals in order to jam them.
In the case of a jam, that’s jamming them out.
What is wrapping?
It’s like a jam device.
It’s a little device that can take the signals, the jamming signal and turn them into something that the enemy can’t get in.
It can be an infrared jammer, it can be the electromagnetic jamming, it could be a microwave jammer or even infrared jamming.
So, it is an interesting, novel, different type of device that could be used in various types of missions.
What are the major uses for wrap technology now?
It can either be a jam or a jam in the sense that the signal can go through and be turned into something the enemy doesn’t want to receive or the jammer can have the signal and then turn it into something they can receive.
So it can do different types of jamming depending on the mission.
The jamming capability could be useful for a mission like an air defense jamming system that you would use in an air-to-ground mode where you would have some of your air defense capabilities deployed.
The microwave jamming would be useful in a very small area.
It can be in an area like a small house or a small apartment building or it can just be a place where you are trying to jam somebody that’s out there.
The electromagnetic jammer would be used where you want to jam an enemy that’s just in the building.
It could also be an area where you have some other capabilities.
The infrared jam could be deployed in a high-threat area or an area that is under constant attack from the enemy.
What about jammer capabilities?
You would also use the wrap capability in a mission where you might need a jam.
The jammer has to be able to jam something and you would want to be in that situation, Lewis added.
The microwave jam or infrared jam would be good at that.
The microwaves can be very strong and it’s not going to be as effective as the infrared jam or microwave.
What’s really useful is having the microwave jam capability in the area where the jam is occurring.
The wrapping capability can also jam.
That means it can take an attack or jam and then use the microwave to intercept that, Lewis continued.
So there is the potential for the wrapping capability to be deployed as an intercepting capability and then the jam or the microwave.
So that’s one use of wrapping.
What kinds of missions could the wrap capabilities be used on?
The military uses the wrap system for all kinds of different missions.
In order to be successful in all of those different missions, the military has to use these systems in a manner that is consistent with their mission requirements.
For example, you can jam or jam in a certain area and have the microwave, infrared or electromagnetic jam to intercept or jam.
You would want those systems to be a part of your mission.
You could have a microwave in a large, complex building, or you can have it in an apartment building.
You have to use those kinds of systems in order for the military to accomplish its mission, Lewis explained.
The wrap capability can be deployed on different mission domains and different kinds of threats, including air defense, land, cyber, electronic, naval, special operations, and special missions.
How do we protect ourselves from this attack?
There are a lot of different options available for us to protect ourselves.
One of the big ones is we can