Intel’s Cryptographic Capability Computing To Support US Defence in Preventing Cyber Attacks

The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency has chosen Intel and the University of California, San Diego (UC San Diego) to join  the HARDEN programme team .

Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) has chosen a number of teams to work on remedies to minimise and avoid vulnerabilities in integrated computing systems in order to combat concerns of cyberattack.

The goal of the joint project, which will last four years, is to create tools that are based on formal security theories and cryptography.

As part of this programme, DARPA will make use of Intel’s Cryptographic Capability Computing (C3) technology, which is the first stateless memory safety technique to replace inefficient metadata with effective encryption.

HARDEN will assist in the creation of practical solutions to prevent the exploitation of integrated computing systems by disrupting the patterns of reliable, robust exploits used by attackers and depriving the attackers of emergent execution engines.

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