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cyber security
We’re shifting the paradigm from system-centric to data-centric security, enabling automatic protection for data throughout all of its uses.
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cyber security
We’re improving and guiding the resilience of Department of Defense missions by adapting commercial practices and academic research for the development, operation, and sustainment of software-intensive systems.
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cyber security
We're enabling trust in the cloud with this free, open-source key bootstrapping and integrity management software architecture.
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cyber security
Developers can test cybersecurity solutions for government systems by using an integrated circuit modeled on Department of Defense designs.
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cyber security
We've developed an architecture and program plan for a moonshot to build a computer system that is secure to large classes of cyberattacks.
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cyber security
A suite of technologies protects data both at rest and in transit by providing access to secure computation nodes distributed throughout a network.
Small satellites are an attractive option for missions because of their low costs; however, they are vulnerable to cyberattacks. We provide a securable and usable architecture for keeping small satellites resilient to system compromise.
A secure reference architecture enables satellites to recover from cyberattacks and carry on their missions.
TKM enables seamless over-the-network key distribution to unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) and authorized terminals. At left, UAV video is accessible to authorized terminals. At right, an operator has modified access during the mission.
Cryptographic keys can now be created and securely distributed in real time during a mission.
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A new tool enables mission system designers to design for functionality and security together and provide evidence for how design choices affect a mission’s security posture.

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