Tasked by the Armed Forces of Germany, Guido Gluschke contributed to the final report of the NATO IST-152 research group on autonomous agents for cyber defense titled “Autonomous Intelligent Cyber-defense Agent (AICA) Reference Architecture”.  This report – a major revision of its previous release – describes a reference architecture for intelligent software agents performing active, largely autonomous cyber-defense actions on military networks of computing and communicating devices. The report is produced by the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) Research Task Group (RTG) IST-152 “Intelligent Autonomous Agents for Cyber Defense and Resilience”.

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