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Research and Development company Galois and Guardtime Federal have announced they have jointly been awarded a $1.8 million contract by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency to verify the correctness of Guardtime’s Keyless Signature Infrastructure. The contract will fund an attempt to advance the state of formal verification tools and all blockchain-based integrity monitoring systems.[…]
Check out our extensive highlights and final report for the 2016 Portland CyberPatriot Summer Camp, here. This was so rewarding, we’re starting to think about next year, which may include expanding the number of locations/weeks. Visit here to check out our plans as they evolve for 2017.
Thrilled to have been a part of this early success! Formaltech, a Galois subsidiary, and Reed are excited to celebrate CyberChaff’s first month of service at Reed. Formaltech’s CyberChaff allows you to deploy low-cost, secure decoy hosts on a network. The hosts alert administrators when an attacker is detected while also slowing down key steps[…]
Source: Portland CyberPatriot Camp – Software Diligence Services, LLC Hi Friends, We’ve just announced a cyber security summer camp for high school students. This camp, put on by the Lincoln High School coding club, Portland State University, and the Air Force Association, is designed to give students hands-on intro to securing computer systems… a great[…]
I’m pleased to add another patent to my portfolio. This one included extensive design and engineering. Too bad I’m not executing on this business at this point, but I’m proud of this work.
Portland cybersecurity and high assurance computer science research firm Galois scores some nice coverage for our collaboration with regional universities and US DHS. Two nice pieces of coverage below…in collaboration with Reed College CIO and NWACC Chair Martin Ringle, and Principal Investigator from Galois, Adam Wick. The goal is to develop advanced technology to identify,[…]
The US Patent Office recognizes PacStar’s continued innovation on its 400-Series interconnect system and IQ-Core® Software call diagnostics. This illustrates yet more technical progress and recognition at PacStar. While I was not involved in these inventions, I’m proud of the team none the less. See more…
PacStar Announces Availability of IQ-Core Software CSfC Plug-in. New release automates and simplifies configuration and management of commercial networking equipment used to transmit classified information. Breaking new ground in the management of classified networks, PacStar just released to software to tame the complexity involved with VPN gateways, certificate authorities, PKI and network device configurations required to[…]
As much as I’m a fan of new technology, after suffering personally through losses of my personal information in 10+ breaches (Target, Home Depot, Anthem, etc.), it seems like digital cash is a bad idea until we have fundamental improvements in cyber security. I can’t imagine the criminals are going to return $5 million in[…]