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Wired Magazine has a great artcile about Micros'ft Catapult; an effort to integrate FPGAs into servers. While originally the FPGA effort was to help Bing; Microsoft wanted one platform for its datacenters. FPGAs are not in Azure, Microsoft's Datacenters. https://www.wired.com/2016/09/microsoft-bets-future-chip-reprogram-...
David Livingstone and Patricia Lewis have released a Chatham House report on the intersection between cybersecurity and space. This report was the result of analysis into the area. It identifies the key issues associated with the management of cybersecurity in the space supply chain across the world, and recommends...
Researchers at Towson University and the United States Military Academy are examining what organizations value in their cyber systems in an effort to identify the preferred metrics and best practices to implement. Please contribute to the research by taking this short survey: https://towsonbs.az1.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=...
The Importance of defending IoT and the impact on the rest of cyberworld is becoming even more plenty obvious. This week, OVH.com reported that they were victims of a new recorded breaking monster cyber attack of over 1tbs of data. The data was from a botnet of some 150,000+ compromised Internet of Things devices, routers...
NSA released an article about the visit that the three winning students. These students are outstanding cybersecurity researchers. https://www.nsa.gov/news-features/news-stories/2016/research-sponsors-special-award.shtml More Information about the ISEF Trip: http://cps-vo.org/node/26177
NIST releases a draft Baldrige Cybersecurity Excellence Builder, a tool organizations can use to assess their cybersecurity effectiveness of their cybersecurity risk management efforts. It's named after Baldrige, the Commerence Secretary under Reagan. The public is invited to comment on the tool/questionarie until December...
The Apache Foundation accepted a new Open Source Project - Spot. It was donated to them from Intel and Cloudera. It's a platform on Hadoop to do cloud data analytics to find cyber threats. Apache Spot can analyze billions of events in order to detect unknown threats, insider threats, and gain a new level of visibility into...

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