DARPA is kicking off a project to create a new way to enable U.S. troops working in remote areas around the world to securely send and receive sensitive information on their devices.

The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, the research arm of the Department of Defense, said it’s working on a project that would use software and networking technology to securely share information on unsecured commercial and military networks.

The agency scheduled a Proposer’s Day for Jan. 31 to provide more information on the project.

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