Pentagon Contracts Aimed At Bolstering Cyberwarfare Defense

Law360, New York (November 26, 2012, 8:47 PM EST) -- The U.S. Department of Defense's advanced research division is seeking to award contracts that will fund faster, more automated and more intuitive cyberwarfare, according to new contract documents that give more details on the military's "Plan X" project to fund new cyberwar capabilities over the next four years.

The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency seeks to build “real-time” cyberdefenses and attacks. DARPA's broad agency announcement, released Wednesday, follows a two-month delay, announced in September, when DARPA said it was overwhelmed by an unexpected level of interest...
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