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User space memory randomization techniques are an emerging field of cyber defensive technology which attempts to protect computing systems by randomizing the layout of memory. Quantitative metrics are needed to evaluate their effectiveness at securing systems against modern adversaries and to compare between randomiza-tion technologies. We introduce(More)
This paper outlines a systematic framework for considering governance comparatively across countries. The resulting typology distinguishes among different country starting points according to the quality of political and administrative governance. The typology is applied across 22 African countries (using data from 1996). The paper explores how to fit the(More)
Robust, quantitative measurement of cyber technology is critically needed to measure the utility, impact and cost of cyber technologies. Our work addresses this need by developing metrics and experimental methodology for a particular type of technology, moving target technology. In this paper, we present an approach to quantitative evaluation, including(More)
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