We are delivering the theory, processes, methodologies, and algorithms that will enable a resilient cyber infrastructure with an asymmetric advantage to thwart adversaries who seek to infiltrate and damage our national security through digital means. The ARC resilience concept is built on a modification of the Observe-Orient-Decide-Act (OODA) loop that is inward-focused. We call this the DRDA loop, or the Discover-Reason-Decide-Act loop. Through our projects, we are developing and bringing in technologies that address each quadrant and that will manipulate networks and systems. Components in this loop are relevant for non-resilience applications as well, including state-based sensors, awareness of complex systems, and decision support.
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