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Submission + - Security Holy Grail anyone? (networkworld.com)

coondoggie writes: "The researchers at the government's "high-risk, high-payoff research" group, Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity (IARPA) want to go beyond the mundane security research and development and get right to the groundbreaking stuff. Does it exist? We'll see.
Specifically IARPA put out a call this week for what it calls Safe and Secure Operations (SSO), which is research that "explores or demonstrates the feasibility of revolutionary concepts in computation, trust establishment and maintenance, and detecting and deflecting hostile intent.""

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Security Holy Grail anyone?

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