Cyber expert Frank Cilluffo shares his expertise on the GPS rollover

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On Saturday, April 6, all Global Positioning Systems will reset to zero. The GPS rollover is perhaps the most important event you've never heard of, or at least Frank Cilluffo thinks so.

Cilluffo, director of the McCrary Institute for Cyber and Critical Infrastructure Security and the Center for Cyber and Homeland Security at Auburn, and Sharon Cardash, deputy director of the Center for Cyber and Homeland Security, co-authored a story this week, explaining why there is no need to panic when it comes to resetting one of the few but critical mechanisms that supports the accurate measurement of time.

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