NATO Cooperative Cyber Defence Centre of Excellence (CCDCOE) has published a food for thought paper on cyber considerations for military mobility. The paper highlights effects in or through cyberspace that may affect military mobility.
The paper titled Cyber Considerations for Military Mobility authored by Lt.Col. Henrik Beckvard and Philippe Zotz highlights various focal points for cybersecurity in military mobility such as storage facilities, sea transportation, seaports, inland waterway transportation, air transportation, airports, rail transportation and road transportation and discusses the central role of critical infrastructure and critical information infrastructure. The paper provides a high-level overview of possible cyber vulnerabilities for military mobility and aims to advance the discourse on the topic.