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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.
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.
HARDEN interface screenshot
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.
A goal of the program is to develop a system that can identify spatial relationships between objects in a scene, such as counting how many planes are parked at the terminal on the left.
machine learning
An artificial intelligence application that automatically identifies objects in aerial imagery could reduce the time analysts spend in manually combing through images.
During a wildfire in southern California, emergency responders shared real-time information on the NICS interface, such as the size of the fire, unit locations, and the rate of the fire’s spread.
disaster relief
Emergency agencies around the world are using NICS to coordinate rapid and organized response to disasters.
CHARIOT software helps reduce the time that analysts spend searching vast amounts of online data by automatically flagging content that likely contains cyber discussions indicative of potential cyber attacks.
human language technology
Using CHARIOT software, cybersecurity analysts can quickly filter online data to discover conversations that hint at cyber threat
PANDA's replay log files are compact and shareable, allowing for repeatable experiments. For example, a nine billion instruction set is represented by only a few hundred megabytes.
An open source platform helps analysts quickly reverse engineer large, real-world binary systems to better analyze how software executes.
Optical sensors, such as the Space Surveillance Telescope, collect data that are processed by analysts at Air Force sites who use OPAL to provide detections of space objects.
Our researchers developed a software architecture that allows analysts to rapidly run algorithms on the volumes of sensor data collected about space objects.

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