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DARPA Explores New Methods to Secure Personal, Business Information

The 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 …

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DARPA to Open Fabrication Lab at Navy Facility; Gill Pratt, Todd Coursey Comment

The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency plans to put up a fabrication laboratory at the U.S. Navy’s Norfolk, Virginia-based ship maintenance center to train ship maintainers on fabrication tools. DARPA will equip the Mid-Atlantic Regional Maintenance Center fabrication lab with laser cutters, routers, three-dimensional printers, vinyl cutters and open-source digital …

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DARPA, Navy, Air Force Put Anti-Ship Missile Through Flight Test

The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency has partnered with the U.S. Air Force and U.S. Navy to demonstrate a Long-Range Anti-Ship Missile system that has been integrated into a bomber aircraft. DARPA said Monday the Lockheed Martin-designed missile navigated its way to a set of predesignated waypoints and worked to …

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Dan Kaufman: DARPA Continues Work on IoT Cybersecurity

Cybersecurity has become a national security concern as military and government agencies face increasingly frequent cyber attacks of growing sophistication, according to Dan Kaufman, director of the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency‘s Information Innovation Office. Kaufman told Lesley Stahl during the “60 Minutes” episode that aired Feb. 8 on CBS that his office works on building both …

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West Point, Int’l Biometric Group Working on Behavior-Based ID System

The U.S. military is working with International Biometric Group under a $3 million contract to develop a biometric application programming interface that uses “cognitive fingerprints” or behavior patterns for online identity verification, Sky News reported Wednesday. Pete Norman writes that researchers at the West Point military academy and IBG are planning to utilize behavior-based biometrics technology …

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DARPA Seeks Partners for UAS Autonomy Program; Jean-Charles Lede Comments

The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency is seeking potential partners to participate in open architecture and technology interchange meetings under phase 1 of the agency’s Collaborative Operations in Denied Environment program. The CODE program aims to develop algorithms for collaboration and autonomy functions in unmanned aircraft systems as the U.S. military works to expand UAS operations …

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Navy Seeks Maritime Infrared Imagery for ISR Platforms

The U.S. Navy has released an updated presolicitation for the Combatant Craft Forward Looking Infrared 2 system as the service aims to modernize its intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance imaging platform, Defense Systems reported Thursday. Mark Pomerleau writes that the Navy wants a maritime infrared imaging system with net-centric data sharing, image fusion, laser target designation, information …

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