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disekt is a computer security team that participates in various Capture the Flag security competitions hosted by other teams, universities, and organizations from around the world. Cyber Reasoning System: CRSPY For more information on the Cyber Grand Challenge visit: http://www.cybergrandchallenge.com/. #DARPACGC... [Read More]
Team Shellphish started at the University of California, Santa Barbara, as the SecLab hacking team. As members graduated and moved, the team expanded to include other locations such as Boston, Alpes-Maritimes (France), London, and other exotic locations. The team enjoys surfing, walks on the beach, and pwning n00bs. Shellphish has participated in more DEF CON Capture the Flag editions than any other team. Cyber Reasoning System: Mechanical Phish For more information on the Cyber Grand Challenge visit: http://www.cybergrandchallenge.com/. #DARPACGC... [Read More]
Deep Red is composed of a small team of specialized engineers from Raytheon. The Deep Red team is inventing new ways to analyze software that builds on the team members' uniquely rich heritage in computer security. The team hopes to create a system that impacts current practice and significantly advances the next generation of cybersecurity. The team name pays homage to both Raytheon's red logo and IBM's Deep Blue computing project that was designed to take on the world's grand masters of chess. Cyber Reasoning System: Rubeus For more information on the Cyber Grand Challenge visit: http://www.cybergrandchallenge.com/.... [Read More]
Team CSDS is sponsored by the Center for Secure and Dependable Systems (CSDS) at the University of Idaho. This self-funded team consists of Dr. Jia Song, a postdoctoral researcher, and Dr. Jim Alves-Foss, director of CSDS. Although a small team, they are building from scratch a new and innovative custom tool suite to participate in the Cyber Grand Challenge. New to the Capture-the-Flag environment, they bring a perspective built on years of experience in different aspects of cybersecurity. Cyber Reasoning System: Jima For more information on the Cyber Grand Challenge visit: http://www.cybergrandchallenge.com/. #DARPACGC... [Read More]
The TECHx team consists of leading software analysis experts from GrammaTech, Inc. and the University of Virginia. The team is led by Dr. David Melski (PI) and Professors Jack Davidson and John Knight (co-PIs). GrammaTech and UVA are co-developers of an automatic software-hardening technology called PEASOUP ("Preventing Exploits of Software Of Uncertain Provenance"). PEASOUP uses a combination of automatic binary analysis, repair, confinement, and diversification to prevent exploits of important classes of vulnerabilities, including those based on memory-safety, command-injection, and number-handling weaknesses. Cyber Reasoning System: Xandra For more information on the Cyber Grand Challenge visit: http://www.cybergrandchallenge.com/. ... [Read More]
ForAllSecure's mission is to test the world's software and provide actionable information to its customers. The team has started with Linux, and its mission with Linux is to test all programs in current distributions, such as Debian, Ubuntu and Red Hat. With time, the team will cover other platforms, such as Mac, Windows, and mobile. In the meantime, the team promises to do one thing well. ForAllSecure's technology is the result of more than a decade of program analysis research at Carnegie Mellon University. Initially founded by Professor David Brumley, Thanassis Avgerinos and Alex Rebert, it has now grown... [Read More]
The ultimate test of wits in computer security occurs through open competition on the global Capture the Flag (CTF) tournament circuit. In CTF contests, experts reverse engineer software, probe its weaknesses, search for deeply hidden flaws, and create securely patched replacements. On August 4, 2016, DARPA will hold the Cyber Grand Challenge, the world's first all-computer CTF tournament. It will take place live on stage co-located with the DEF CON conference in Las Vegas. The public is invited to attend and observe as automated systems take the first steps towards a defensible, connected future. Learn more... [Read More]
The ultimate test of wits in computer security occurs through open competition on the global Capture the Flag (CTF) tournament circuit. In CTF contests, experts reverse engineer software, probe its weaknesses, search for deeply hidden flaws, and create securely patched replacements. On August 4, 2016, DARPA will hold the Cyber Grand Challenge, the world's first all-computer CTF tournament. It will take place live on stage co-located with the DEF CON conference in Las Vegas. The public is invited to attend and observe as automated systems take the first steps towards a defensible, connected future. Learn more... [Read More]
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Dispelling Government Contracting Myths: The DARPA Difference... [Read More]
John Sculley is one of America's best-known business leaders, with one foot in the storied history of Apple technology and the other planted firmly in 21st century innovations that change the way the world does business. Few entrepreneurs have been as successful across so many fields as Sculley. His success stories include telecommunications, financial services, healthcare, high technology, Internet services, consumer marketing, and outsourcing services. [Read More]
Peter Sorger, PhD, is a Professor of Systems Biology at Harvard Medical School whose research focuses the systems biology of signal transduction with an emphasis on apoptotic and oncogenic networks in normal and tumor cells. Peter serves as Head of the Harvard Program in Therapeutic Sciences (HiTS) and Director of its Laboratory of Systems Pharmacology. In these roles he leads a university-wide effort to advance basic and translational science used to develop new medicines, evaluate drugs through clinical trials and identify patients most likely to benefit from specific therapies. [Read More]
Dr. Dudley is currently Assistant Professor of Genetics and Genomic Sciences and Director of Biomedical Informatics at Mount Sinai School of Medicine. Prior to Mount Sinai, he held positions as Co-founder and Director of Informatics at NuMedii, Inc. and Consulting Professor of Systems Medicine in the Department of Pediatrics at Stanford University School of Medicine, where he participated in leading research to incorporate genome sequencing into clinical practice (published in The Lancet, Cell, and PLoS Genetics). [Read More]
Dr. Paul Cohen joined DARPA as a program manager in September 2013. His research interests span artificial intelligence and include machine learning, language, vision, semantic technology, data analysis, information theory and education informatics. Dr. Cohen joined DARPA from the University of Arizona, where he is professor and founding director of the university's School of Information: Science, Technology and Arts. He has also served as head of the university's department of computer science. [Read More]
Dr. Friend is the President of Sage Bionetworks, a non-profit organization that provides the tools and environment to conduct dynamic, large-scale collaborative biomedical research. He is an authority in the field of cancer biology and a pioneer in the field of the genetics of gene expression, integrating system biology approaches to complex diseases. Dr. Friend believes that successful biomedical research requires the active participation from all stakeholders. He is reimagining the role of citizens in the research process and is building tools to empower them to contribute both their data and expertise as they see fit. [Read More]
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Dr. Geoff Ling, Director of DARPA's Biological Technologies Office (BTO), thanks attendees for participating in Day 1 of the "Biology is Technology" symposium in New York City on June 23, 2015. The two-day event was held by BTO to bring together leading-edge technologists, start-ups, industry, and academic researchers to look at how advances in engineering and information sciences can be used to drive biology for technological advantage. [Read More]
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