Counterfeit electronic parts deserve Capitol Hill Attention: The Mil & Aero Video Blog

Video blog, 22 March 2011. Counterfeit electronic parts can make their way into aerospace and defense mission- and life-critical weapons and surveillance systems where they can compromise quality, or perhaps wreak other kinds of havoc that could be much worse, as Military & Aerospace Electronics Chief Editor John Keller reports this week in the Mil & Aero Video Blog.

Mar 22nd, 2011

Video blog, 22 March 2011.Counterfeit electronic parts can make their way into aerospace and defense mission- and life-critical weapons and surveillance systems where they can compromise quality, or perhaps wreak other kinds of havoc that could be much worse, as Military & Aerospace Electronics Chief Editor John Keller reports this week in the Mil & Aero Video Blog.

For more on counterfeit parts, see:

-- Counterfeit parts: problem with military electronics designs finally getting attention on Capitol Hill;

-- Anti-tamper technologies seek to keep critical military systems data in the right hands;

-- Adequate due diligence helps thwart counterfeiting;

-- Revenge of COTS procurement: counterfeit parts;

-- Industry and government prepare counter-attacks against electronic parts counterfeiting;

-- Counterfeit electronic components standard issued by SAE International;

-- It is time to take anti-tamper technology seriously; and

-- The scourge of high tech.

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