Transmission Security (TRANSEC)
Definition - What does Transmission Security (TRANSEC) mean?
Transmission security (TRANSEC) is the process of securing data transmissions from being infiltrated, exploited or intercepted by an individual, application or device. TRANSEC secures data as it travels over a communication medium. It is generally implemented in military and government organization networks and devices, such as radar and radio communication equipment.
Techopedia explains Transmission Security (TRANSEC)
- To create a low probability of interception (LPI) for transmissions
- To create a low probability of detection (LPD) for the measures TRANSEC takes
- To ensure antijam, or resistence to jamming
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