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Transition to Practice Events

2014 Cyber Security Division Transition to Practice Technology Demonstration Day for the Energy Sector 

April/May 2014 | Houston, Texas

This event will feature nine innovative cybersecurity technologies that have been developed at the Department of Energy and Department of Defense laboratories. During this event, energy sector cybersecurity professionals will learn about these new technologies through presentations, demonstrations, and discussions with the research teams that produced these technologies. In addition, attendees may discuss opportunities for piloting the technologies and areas of interest to drive further cybersecurity research.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND:  This event is open to security professionals working in the oil, gas and energy services, as well as security professionals from the Federal, State and local government.

To register visit: http://events.SignUp4.com/2014_TTP_Energy

2014 Cyber Security Division Transition to Practice Financial Sector Technology Demonstration Day

April/May/June 2014 | New York City, New York

This event will feature nine innovative cybersecurity technologies that have been developed at the Department of Energy and Department of Defense laboratories. During this event, cybersecurity professionals from the financial sector will learn about these new technologies through presentations, demonstrations, and discussions with the research teams that produced these technologies. In addition, attendees may discuss opportunities for piloting the technologies and areas of interest to drive further cybersecurity research.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND:  This event is open to security professionals working in the financial service, as well as security professionals from the Federal, State and local government. 

2014 Cyber Security Division | Transition to Practice Technology Demonstration Day for Investors, Integrators, and IT Companies (I3) West & East

July/August & August/September 2014 | Silicon Valley, California  & Washington, DC 

The Transition to Practice (TTP) program focuses on moving promising cybersecurity technologies that were developed in Federal laboratories into the private sector for further development into commercially viable products with potential for widespread distribution in the marketplace. This TTP event showcases nine innovative cybersecurity technologies developed by the Department of Energy and Department of Defense laboratories which have the potential to significantly strengthen an organization’s cybersecurity posture. Hear directly about these new technologies from the research teams that produced them. And join discussions with technology investors from private industry on piloting the technologies and other areas of interest for driving further cybersecurity research.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND:  This event is open to all cybersecurity practitioners, technology investors, system integrators, and information technology companies. 

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Past Events

2013 Cyber Security Division Transition to Practice Investors, Integrators, and Information Technology Companies (I3) - East

Mayflower Renaissance Hotel |Washington D.C.

December 18, 2013 | 8:30am – 5:30pm

This event featured eight innovative cutting edge cybersecurity technologies that have been developed at the Department of Energy National Laboratories and have the potential to strengthen and organization’s cybersecurity posture. During this event cybersecurity professionals and technology investors from private industry learned about these new technologies through presentations, demonstrations, and discussions with the research teams that produced these technologies. In addition, attendees had an opportunity to schedule a private one-on-one discussion with the researcher to discuss opportunities for commercializing the technologies and areas of interest to drive further cybersecurity research.

The TTP program works to identify emerging cybersecurity technologies that were developed with Federal funding and help them transition into products capable of broad utilization. TTP is a result of the White House’s Federal Cybersecurity R&D Strategic Plan as well as the Comprehensive National Cybersecurity Initiative (CNCI).

CSD TTP Technology Guide Volume 2

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2013 Cyber Security Division Transition to Practice Technology Demonstration Day for Government

Mayflower Renaissance Hotel |Washington D.C.

November 8, 2013| 8:30am – 5:00pm

This event featured nine innovative cybersecurity technologies that have been developed at Department of Energy and Department of Defense laboratories. During this event cybersecurity professionals and technology investors from private industry will learn about these new technologies through presentations, demonstrations, and discussions with the research teams that produced these technologies. In addition, attendees were given the opportunity to schedule a private one-on-one discussion with the researcher to discuss opportunities for commercializing the technologies and areas of interest to drive further cybersecurity research.

The TTP program works to identify emerging cybersecurity technologies that were developed with Federal funding and help them transition into products capable of broad utilization. TTP is a result of the White House’s Federal Cybersecurity R&D Strategic Plan as well as the Comprehensive National Cybersecurity Initiative (CNCI).

PresenterTitleDownload

Michael Pozmantier
Program Manager, Cyber Security Division, DHS S&T

Opening Remarks

Pending

Douglas Maughan
Director, Cyber Security Division, DHS S&T

The Bigger Picture: S&T’s Role in Cyber SecurityPending

David McKinnon, Pacific Northwest National Lab

Digital Ants: Dynamic & Resilient Infrastructure Protection

Pending

Thomas Edgar, Pacific Northwest National Lab

SerialTap: Enabling Complete Situational Awareness in Control Systems

Pending

Doug MacDonald, Pacific Northwest National Lab

PACRAT: The Blended Physical and Cyber Risk Analysis Tool

Pending

John Mulder, Sandia National Labs

WeaselBoard: A system for detecting 0-day exploitation of Programmable Logic Controllers

Pending

Todd Bauer, Sandia National Labs

SecuritySeal

Pending

Roger Khazan, MIT Lincoln Lab

LOCKMA: Seamless Crypto-based Security for Your Product

Pending

Gene Itkis, MIT Lincoln Lab

CryptAC: Securing Data for Public Clouds

Pending

Kevin McCabe, Los Alamos National Lab

Quantum Security: Velocirandor Quantum Random Number Generator

Pending
Margaret Lospinuso, JHU Applied Physics LabCodeDNA: Scalable, High-Speed, High-Volume, Shareable Malware DetectionPending

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2013 Cyber Security Division Transition to Practice Investors, Integrators, and Information Technology Companies (I3) - West
San Jose Marriott| San Jose, California

August 22, 2013 | 8:30am – 5:30pm

This event featured eight innovative cutting edge cybersecurity technologies that have been developed at the Department of Energy National Laboratories and have the potential to strengthen and organization’s cybersecurity posture. During this event, cybersecurity professionals and technology investors from private industry, learned about these new technologies through presentations, demonstrations, and discussions with the research teams that produced these technologies. In addition, attendees had an opportunity to schedule a private one-on-one discussion with the Researcher to discuss opportunities for commercializing the technologies and areas of interest to drive further cybersecurity research.

The TTP program works to identify emerging cybersecurity technologies that were developed with Federal funding and help them transition into products capable of broad utilization. TTP is a result of the White House’s Federal Cybersecurity R&D Strategic Plan as well as the Comprehensive National Cybersecurity Initiative (CNCI).

CSD TTP Technology Guide Volume 1

PresenterTitleDownload

 Mike Pozmantier

Opening Remarks

PDF (1.4MB)

Kevin O’Brien PhD.,CEO/ President,

Energy Commercialization, LLC

Commercializing Government Technologies: A View From Both Sides of the Table

PDF (358.3KB)

Craig Shue, Oak Ridge National Lab

Choreographer: Moving Systems to Thwart Automated Attackers

PDF (168.8KB)

Elena S. Peterson, Pacific Northwest National Lab

MLSTONES – an Organic Model for Detecting Cyber Events

PDF(541.4KB)

Logan Lamb, Oak Ridge National Lab

USB-ARM: USB Architecture for Removable Media

PDF (303.7KB)

Joshua Neil, Los Alamos National Lab     

PathScan: Detecting Attackers Within Your Networks

PDF (937.1KB)

Celeste Matarazzo, Lawrence Livermore National Lab

Network Mapping and Discovery for Cybersecurity Situational Awareness

PDF (772.7KB)

Adrian Chavez, Sandia National Labs

CodeSeal Overview

PDF (408.7KB)

Stacy Prowell, Oak Ridge National Lab

The Hyperion System: Cybersecurity through Software Behavior Computation

PDF (825KB)

Glenn Fink, Pacific Northwest National Lab

HONE: Correlating Host activities to Network communications to produce insight

PDF (3.28MB)

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2013 Cyber Security Division Transition to Practice Technology Demonstration Day – Finance Sector

Columbia University Faculty House|New York City, New York

August 15, 2013 | 8:30am – 5:00pm

This event featured eight innovative cutting edge cybersecurity technologies that have been developed at the Department of Energy National Laboratories and have the potential to strengthen and organization’s cybersecurity posture. During this event, Finance Sector cybersecurity professionals, learned about these new technologies through presentations, demonstrations, and discussions with the research teams that produced these technologies. In addition, attendees were able to discuss opportunities for piloting and commercializing the technologies and areas of interest to drive further cybersecurity research.

The TTP program works to identify emerging cybersecurity technologies that were developed with Federal funding and help them transition into products capable of broad utilization. TTP is a result of the White House’s Federal Cybersecurity R&D Strategic Plan as well as the Comprehensive National Cybersecurity Initiative (CNCI).

CSD TTP Technology Guide Volume 1

PresenterTitleDownload

Mike Pozmantier

Opening Remarks

PDF (1.5MB)

Douglas Maughan, Director, Cyber Security Division, DHS S&T

The Bigger Picture: S&T’s Role in Cyber Security

PDF (1.9MB)

Craig Shue, Oak Ridge National Lab

Choreographer: Moving Systems to Thwart Automated Attackers

PDF (127.4KB)

Elena S. Peterson, Pacific Northwest National Lab

MLSTONES – an Organic Model for Detecting Cyber Events

PDF(534.3KB)

Logan Lamb, Oak Ridge National Lab

USB-ARM: USB Architecture for Removable Media

PDF (303.7KB)

Joshua Neil, Los Alamos National Lab

PathScan: Detecting Attackers Within Your Networks 

PDF (946.6KB)

Celeste Matarazzo, Lawrence Livermore National Lab

Network Mapping and Discovery for Cybersecurity Situational Awareness

PDF (601.5KB)

Adrian Chavez & John Solis, Sandia National Labs

CodeSeal Overview

PDF (371.9KB)

Richard Linger, Oak Ridge National Lab

The Hyperion System: Cybersecurity through Software Behavior Computation

PDF (823.9KB)

Glenn Fink, Pacific Northwest National Lab

HONE: Correlating Host activities to Network communications to produce insight

PDF (1.5MB)

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Last Published Date: April 7, 2014
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