Summaries - Office of Research & Innovation
Back Automated Program Analysis for Cyber Security
|Division||Graduate School of Engineering & Applied Science|
|Department||Electrical & Computer Engineering|
|Investigator(s)||McEachen, II, John C.|
|Sponsor||Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DoD)|
To participate as part of a team responsible for testing cyber security applications produced by the APAC Adversarial team in support of the APAC program. NPS team members will participate in engagement exercises and assist in producing a baseline for determining what currently available software and existing manpower can accomplish relative to the new products delivered by the R&D teams.
This work will require performers to evaluate and document the amount of time needed to configure application experiments and perform the analysis required. Team members will be asked to use various software applications to identify malicious functionalities, document and analysis the location of the related code, associated trigger events, and the effects of produced. The objective is to identify the actions and/or methodologies employed to discover the malicious functionality, document how the technologies used by the team helped in the analysis of the applications, and report on lessons learned.
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