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+ - Carnegie Mellon gets $6M for secure software to protect vehicles from hackers->

Submitted by coondoggie
coondoggie (973519) writes "Keeping hacker cyber-nastiness away from manned or unmanned ground vehicles is the idea behind a 4.5-year, $6 million grant from the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) to Carnegie Mellon University. The project is part of DARPA’s High-Assurance Cyber Military System (HACMS) program launched last year to produce ultra secure software systems to protect important networked assetsfrom hacks, attacks or other cyber-disruptions."
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Carnegie Mellon gets $6M for secure software to protect vehicles from hackers

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