DARPA invites hackers to break hardware to make it more secure
Software bug bounties are ubiquitous in the cybersecurity industry, but those focused on hardware are rarer.
Mock grid, real threats: DARPA borrows an island for a cyberattack drill
For the first week of November, Plum Island was the guinea pig for a decidedly 21st-century threat: cyberattacks that could hamstring the power grid.
Germany launches new cybersecurity research agency modeled after DARPA
The agency's goal is to make Germany technologically independent of other powers with regards to cybersecurity.
DARPA is looking to avoid another version of Meltdown or Spectre
The Pentagon's R&D wing has contracted Tortuga Logic to develop hardware security tools that use commercial testing platforms to catch vulnerabilities in computer chips.
Huawei tried to acquire technology from the winners of the Cyber Grand Challenge
The apparent interest shown by Huawei underscores China's quest to lean on artificial intelligence for its cyber operations.
New DARPA program seeks cybersecurity through hardware design
Pentagon scientists say they could stop 40 percent of current cyberattacks by producing secure computer chips. The System Security Integrated Through Hardware and firmware, or SSITH, program is looking for help from industry.