Reston, Va. (PRWEB) March 08, 2012
As part of its expanding effort to stay current and ahead of burgeoning threats to cybersecurity, the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) has awarded SecureIT a contract to develop next-generation techniques to secure embedded computer systems. Embedded systems power everything today from televisions, media players, mobile devices, and modern military weapons.
While the universe of consumer computers has been at the forefront of years of such collaborative analysis, the embedded system community has lagged behind. SecureITs solution will provide administrators and researchers with timely and evolving information, enabling them to meet and even surpass the security posture of personal computing products. SecureITs open-source framework lays the groundwork for the development of a more effective methodology and technology to defend these crucial systems.
This contract puts SecureIT at the leading edge of idea generation for technical vulnerabilities and exploits, said David Trout, President of SecureIT. We will be able to harness and direct the creativity and insights of bright minds around the computing world to make key systems more secure. Doug Britton, SecureITs Cyber Practice Managing Director says, this advanced understanding of attack techniques will give SecureITs customers confidence that their audits and penetration tests are guided by the research state of the art.
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SecureIT is a professional services firm focusing on cybersecurity, information assurance and technology risk management. Assisting government agencies and corporations, SecureIT enables its clients to effectively identify cyber risks, develop effective mitigation strategies, and implement technical solutions. SecureIT offerings include Cybersecurity, Advanced Vulnerability Research, Information Assurance, Governance, Risk & Compliance, and Security Training. Founded in 2001, the company is comprised of experienced and certified cybersecurity, privacy and information assurance professionals that sit on the boards and are active in various cybersecurity and technology risk organizations.
David Trout, SecureIT
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Reston, VA USA 20191