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Presentation from the Colloquium on Future Directions in Cyber Security on Nov 7, 2011.

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    If You Don't Like the Game, Hack the Playbook... (Zatko) If You Don't Like the Game, Hack the Playbook... (Zatko) Presentation Transcript

    • Peiter “Mudge” ZatkoProgram Manager, Information Innovation Office If you dont like the game, hack the playbook... DARPA Cyber Colloquium Arlington, VA November 7, 2011 Approved for Public Release, Distribution Unlimited.
    • The Problem: Not Convergent x Unified Threat 10,000,000 Management 8,000,000Lines of Code Security software 6,000,000 4,000,000 x Network Flight 2,000,000 Recorder Milky Way Malware: DEC Seal Stalker x Snort 125 lines of code* x x x 0 1985 1990 1995 2000 2005 2010 * Public sources of malware averaged over 9,000 samples (collection of exploits, worms, botnets, viruses, DoS tools) Approved for Public Release. Distribution Unlimited.
    • Maker spaces and boutique security firms • Small groups of motivated and like minded researchers have repeatedly shown significant talent and capabilities. • Commodity high end computing, personal prototyping and fabrication capabilities, and open software tools remove barrier to entry. • The new “home brew computer club”… • This relationship needs to be mutually beneficial. DARPA intends to cultivate relations and become a resource. Number of US Maker Spaces120100806040 NYC Resistor – Brooklyn, NY20 Source: Make Magazine 0 1985 1990 1995 2000 2005 2010 Approved for Public Release. Distribution Unlimited.
    • The New Cyber Braintrust Assembly, Helsinki, Finland May 8, 2004 Approved for Public Release. Distribution Unlimited.
    • Cyber Fast Track DARPA-PA-11-52Approved for Public Release, Distribution Unlimited.
    • Patient Zero Dino Dai Zovi Hank Leininger Fyodor Bruce Potter Approved for Public Release. Distribution Unlimited.
    • Cyber Fast Track Themes• Crowd • Many eyes on many efforts• Fast and cheap • Faster than adversary lifecycle (transition while still relevant) • Low price point• Diverse • Numerous approaches • Numerous efforts The key to a good strategy is to have multiple options. Approved for Public Release. Distribution Unlimited.
    • Current Cyber Fast Track Efforts Performer Effort Period of PerformanceRogue Networks Methods of Detecting Malicious Web Server Traffic 3 MonthsImmunity Federal Combining Expert Knowledge and Symbolic Analysis 7 MonthsServices, LLC for Detection of Exploitable Bugs Evaluation of Near Field Communication in MobileCharlie Miller 7 Months SmartphonesSecure Ideas, LLC MobiSec Live Environment Mobile Testing Framework 3 MonthsKorelogic, Inc. Hand Held Testing 2 MonthsAssuredInformation MoRE: Measurement of Dynamic Code 4 MonthsSecurity, Inc. TinyLANE - Mobile Hardware Endpoint Security forPeak Security, Inc. 9 Months Individuals A Language to Control and Automate CyberRaphael Mudge 7 Months Capabilities Approved for Public Release, Distribution Unlimited.
    • Cyber Fast Track So Far…In its first 2 months: • 31 submissions - 19 non-traditional performers • 8 awards - 7 non-traditional performers • Average time from submission to award is 7 days • Average period of performance: 5 months www.cft.usma.edu Approved for Public Release, Distribution Unlimited.
    • Cyber Fast Track PA #: DARPA-PA-11-52 CyberFastTrack@DARPA.MIL DARPA CFT Town Hall meetings URL: http://www.cft.usma.edu Contact: CyberFastTrack@darpa.mil Approved for Public Release. Distribution Unlimited.