Hard on the heels of a presidential policy directive that is to lay down the rules for offensive cyberwar, the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (Darpa) has transferred responsibility for a nascent National Cyber Range to the Pentagon. The initial plan – under consideration for several years now – was to create a large new National Cyber Range at some site far from the electronic interference of major cities. The Navy’s China Lake, Calif. Test Range – with a natural valley ...
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