The science of cyberattack attribution gets a boost, thanks to a U.S. Department of Defense $17.3 million award to a team led by Georgia Institute of Technology researchers.
To combat growing concerns about integrated circuit (IC) sabotage, cybersecurity researchers at New York University (NYU) are developing ICs that can monitor their own computations and flag defects. The Pentagon’s supply chain for microelectronics manufactur-ing has gone global – it’s no longer strictly the realm of U.S. manufacturers. This outsourcing of microchip design and fabrication [...]
The armed forces of the United States and its allies around the world rely on critical military technology that is under constant threat. These threats range from the reverse-engineering of systems lost on the battlefield to the accidental introduction of counterfeit components on the factory floor. In response, commercial off-the-shelf (COTS) suppliers are more frequently [...]