The document was issued by the Federal Government.
The latest issue of The Next Wave; The National Security Agency's review of emerging technologies, centered around building a national program for cybersecurity science.
META source code (as of the end of FANG 1)
The ultimate goal of the META program is to dramatically improve the existing systems engineering, integration, and testing process for defense systems. META is not predicated on one particular alternative approach, metric, technique or tool.
More than 100 years ago, Lord Kelvin insightfully observed that measurement is vital to deep knowledge and understanding in physical science. During the last few decades, researchers have made various attempts to develop measures and systems of measurement for computer security with varying degrees of success. This paper provides an overview of the security metrics area and looks at possible avenues of research that could be pursued to advance the state of the art.
The U.S. Department of Transportation (U.S. DOT) is seeking informed views of the opportunities and challenges to the development, deployment, operation and use of increased automation of the surface transportation system, including vehicles, drivers, users, road-based infrastructure, information systems and applications for the purpose of developing a U.S.
Three new reports prepared for the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) distill the perspectives of executives and technical experts from industry, academia and government on the "ifs" and the "what's next" of emerging intelligent systems-of-systems technologies. The full reports can be accessed from here.
The President’s Council of Advisors on Science and Technology (PCAST) has published this report to the President and the Congress on the progress in the NIT R&D program since 2010. The current study finds that important NITRD investments responsive to the 2010 recommendations have been made, with notable progress in the multi-agency investments in “big data,” NIT-enabled interaction with the physical world, health IT, and cybersecurity. Furthermore, significant progress has been made in creating infrastructure for network scaling and testbeds.