Monitoring System Calls for Active Authentication with Detours

Coveros Labs recently received funding from the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) through the Active Authentication program.  The goal of this program is to develop “novel ways of validating the identity of [a] person … that focus on the unique aspects of the individual through the use of software-based biometrics.” Traditional authentication techniques require […]

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Coveros Active Authentication Project Makes Headlines

From The military venture capital wing has tapped scientists to build computer systems that can detect intruders by picking out abnormal behavior from familiar patterns generated by authorized users. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency has awarded a contract to security software developer Coveros to research methods to validate the identity of a computer user […]

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DARPA Selects Coveros to Research Active Authentication Techniques

Research Will Protect Computer Systems from Unauthorized Use Coveros, Inc., the market leader in secure agile software development, today announced that the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) has awarded the company a research contract to invent novel approaches for actively authenticating computer system users. This research aims to make it possible to detect, in […]

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