Express UK recently covered the threat of attacks on global satellite navigation systems (GNSS), on which much of the UK’s critical digital infrastructure relies. These recent threats have sparked fears that Russia could “bring down the whole UK economy”.
“In fact, Ganesh Pattabiraman CEO of NextNav has warned that an attack on GNSS could potentially bring down huge sections of the UK economy and has argued that the vulnerability of these systems is a “national security threat. He told Express.co.uk in an exclusive interview: ‘It is a well-known fact that Russia has the ability to jam GPS quite pervasively and the war in Ukraine magnified and amplified that point.’“
Read the full article on these threats and the importance of backup GPS systems.