Coalition Information Assurance - Common Operating Picture (CIA-COP)
Final technical rept. Apr 2003-Apr 2004
NORTHROP GRUMMAN MCLEAN VA
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This technical report summarizes and describes an effort under the subcontract task. It describes capability enhancements to the IPIB prototype decision support system, feasibility analyses, demonstration and technology transition efforts undertaken as efforts under this task. Task 19 is a continuation of the Intelligence Preparation of Information Battlespace IPIB research initially began in 1998 under the DARPA Cyber Panel Project, a part of the DARPA Information Assurance and Survivability project. Cyber Panel sought to provide high-level capabilities to help defend mission-critical information systems by monitoring them for signs of cyber attack and allowing operators to manage the operation of system securitysurvivability technologies to avert or resist attack. This program was intended to deliver technologies that could be used to build such a monitoring and management system. The goal was to create and validate architectures, algorithms, techniques, and automated tools that aid identification of coordinated attacks, assessment of system health, mission impact assessment, course of action selection, and help carry out effective security and survivability posture changes, either proactively or in response to the appearance of attacks.
- Information Science
- Computer Systems Management and Standards