Research Areas and Capabilities
Cyberspace research includes firewall management, intrusion detection /prevention systems, security monitoring, log monitoring/retention, vulnerability management, multi-agents for memory and network monitoring, visualization concepts and technologies, unified threat management, cyber resilience, reliability, efficiency and information security management.
Current research is focused on the design and development of framework to detect cyber threat for different Operating Systems and develop innovative ways to detect and monitor rootkits and malware through memory forensics with machine learning. ARC has the state of art Cyberspace Technology Testing and Training Center lab to perform sponsored research work.
- Department of Defense (DOD) - Test Resource Management Center (TRMC)
- Department of Energy Office of Environmental Management (DOE EM)
- Florida Center for Cybersecurity (FC2) - Florida State University System (FSUS)
ARC has set up a cyberspace lab to support DOD’s TRMC STEM support in the areas of cyberspace and information assurance (IA) test technology development. The Cyberspace Lab will be used for following activities.
- Design and development of a cyber test bed.
- Establish TRMC node by connecting to Joint Mission Environment Test Capability (JMETC) and NST Technology Integration Environment (TIE) laboratory
- Identify and assess technologies for testing and evaluation (T&E) of cyber ranges (eg: Emulab used in National Cyber Range (NCR))
DOE-EM servers are housed in ARC secured facility supporting D&D KM-IT (Deactivation and Decommissioning Knowledge Management Information Tool) Enterprise System and WIMS (Waste Information Management System). ARC is pursuing Certification and Accreditation (C&A) from Department of Energy and FED RAMP (Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program).