A Secure Approach to Educating a Mobile World-Class Military —A Mobile Secure Concept for Accessing the Classroom from Around the World


The “Mobile Secure Role Base Access Control Device” (MS-Ro-BAC) Device and database is a single unit system with the ability to instantly connect to secure databases around the world through Low Earth Orbit Satellite (LEO) using VPN wired communications. The capabilities provided by the MS-Ro-BAC device would support the“Global War on Terrorism” and increase the security of US force and Department of Defense Personnel around the world. Information dissemination in an austere environment is the focus of this seminal research; combat forces and DoD personnel depend on timely strategic information before making life threatening decisions on the battle field. This manuscript provides the framework and a prototype to improve the information dissemination process in the modern day information scenario.

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House, T. (2013) A Secure Approach to Educating a Mobile World-Class Military —A Mobile Secure Concept for Accessing the Classroom from Around the World. Communications and Network, 5, 473-477. doi: 10.4236/cn.2013.53B2087.

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