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  • The ultimate auto-pilot software gets $15M boost

    DARPA says the Aircrew Labor In-Cockpit Automation System or ALIAS program, which was announced in 2014 envisions a tailorable, drop-in, removable software kit that allows the addition of high levels of automation into existing aircraft. “Specifically, ALIAS intends to control sufficient features to enable management of all flight activities, including failure of aircraft systems, and permit an operator to act as a monitor with the ability to intervene, allowing the operator to focus on higher level mission objectives,” DARPA stated.

  • DARPA: Current DDoS protection isn’t cutting it

    The DARPA program, called Extreme DDoS Defense (XD3) looks to :
    • thwart DDoS attacks by dispersing cyber assets (physically and/or logically) to complicate adversarial targeting
    • disguise the characteristics and behaviors of those assets to confuse or deceive the adversary
    • blunt the effects of attacks that succeed in penetrating other defensive measures by using adaptive mitigation techniques on endpoints such as mission‐critical servers.

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