|News/Events: Outreach: DARPA workshop|
DARPA is holding an invitational workshop to discuss issues related to foundational security issues associated with the interplay of hardware, firmware, and low-level software. We invite your participation.
The ability to store, process, and forward data at multiple levels of classification, including unclassified data and code from untrusted sources on a single platform and over a single network, represents one of the most difficult challenges in secure computing today and a potentially high payoff for both military and civilian applications if successfully achieved. As such, the problem is ripe for DARPA investment given strong technical feasibility.
In this workshop, we hope to shed light on the state of the art in this technical area, key challenges in developing technical solutions, success criteria, and metrics for measuring progress toward our goals.
In particular, we are interested in different approaches to support guaranteed separation and authorized sharing of information in different sensitivity domains that consider hardware, firmware, microcode, and microkernels.
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