Protecting mobile devices from cyber-attacks and accelerating the adoption of secure mobility for the federal government is a critical research focus of the Department of Homeland Security DHS S&T.
The Team Awareness Kit (TAK) is the emerging DHS-wide solution for situational awareness. Its exceptional tactical value has been proven time and again.
DHS S&T, along with BlueRISC, Inc., is developing a new Cloud-based Root-of-Trust (CRoT) technology called EPRIVO Enterprise 2.0 to address mobile device email security and privacy.
Today, in honor of World Radio Day, we’re taking a look at how this oh-so-useful-part of our electromagnetic spectrum is serving the mission of securing our homeland.
Newly updated with optional scenarios and expanded question sets, the ISAT is a web-based self-assessment tool that helps public safety agencies understand their current information sharing capabilities and gaps.
DHS S&T awarded a $704,000 research-and-development (R&D) contract to Atlanta-based Georgia Tech Applied Research Center (GTARC) to address a crucial gap in the trustmark framework for the public safety community’s information sharing and safeguarding (IS&S) capabilities.
(DHS) Science and Technology Directorate (S&T), under its Small Business Innovation and Research program, funded Catalyst Communications Technologies to examine the feasibility of developing a standards-based interworking solution that would enable communications between Land Mobile Radio (LMR) and Long Term Evolution (LTE) systems; and communications between different LMR systems.
DHS S&T's P25 CAP has been expanded to include ISSI/CSSI equipment testing and is working to get laboratories accredited to conduct this testing.
Today, the United States and the Republic of Korea entered into a bilateral partnership for deeper cooperation on science and technology research and development of solutions to disasters such as fire, storm, flood and earthquake and issues closely related to public safety such as security and infectious disease.
CREATE’s mission is to improve the Nation’s security through the development of advanced models and tools for the evaluation of the risks, costs, and consequences of terrorism and to guide economically viable investments in homeland security.