Agency / Branch:
DOD / USAF
This Phase I SBIR investigates and develops a system of software cyber-craft that monitor and defend large enterprise networks. This network of cyber-craft agents interoperates to collectively form a smart cyber sensor grid. Our approach incorporates three unique concepts: 1. Real-time dynamic environment where cyber-craft with new capabilities can be created and easily deployed; 2. A cyber-craft environment that can be dynamically configured/reconfigured in real-time; 3. Cyber-craft organized in to "cells" to enhance survivability and increase resiliency to attack. This approach provides maximum flexibility. Cyber-craft with new capabilities can be developed to meet new challenges and can easily be dynamically deployed into the environment in real-time. The network of cyber-craft is organized in cells to enhance its survivability. By organizing the cyber-craft as clusters of cells, we can take advantage of known organizational structures that have been shown to be resilient to compromise.
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