DARPA will offer a $2 million prize to any citizen who can develop software with what capabilities?

Answer: automated network defense and self-updating

by News Staff / October 30, 2013
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Called the Cyber Grand Challenge, the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) will offer a $2 million prize to anyone who can "bridge the expert gap between security software and cutting-edge program analysis research." The agency is looking to develop software that can automatically defend against cyberattacks, while also updating its own code in real time to adapt.