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DARPA Explores New Methods to Secure Personal, Business Information

cybersecurityThe Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency wants to partner with industry to develop tools or methods to protect sensitive personal information and corporate trade secrets, Military & Aerospace Electronics reported Tuesday.

John Keller writes DARPA will hold an industry event on March 12 to discuss the agency’s upcoming Brandeis cybersecurity research and development program with interested vendors.

The briefing is scheduled to take place at the Holiday Inn in Arlington, Virginia, from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

DARPA aims to identify a technical process to boost security of information about people and businesses while encouraging intelligence sharing.

The White House promotes cybersecurity data exchange between government and commercial organizations to prevent network attacks, data theft and privacy invasion, according to Keller’s article.

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