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The Cybersecurity Money Pit

November 9, 2011 No Comments

SOURCE: TechNewsWorld

DARPA research shows that securing sensitive information on the U.S. military’s networks requires millions of lines of code, while the average piece of malware used to attack these defenses rely on a little over 100 lines. The solution: money. DARPA wants $208 million to spend on cybersecurity research in 2012; in 2011, the agency obtained $120 million.

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