DHS S&T, in partnership with CISA, has awarded $2 million to CIRI, a DHS Center of Excellence led by the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, to develop a plan to build a national network of cybersecurity technical institutes.
On October 21, 2020, at 5:00 p.m. EST, the Commercialization Accelerator Program (CAP) Manager, John Rein, will speak at the Cybersecurity Technology Showcase during CyberScoop’s Cyber Week 2020.
As part of National Cyber Security Month, DHS S&T will host a virtual town hall, Faced with Disruption: Securing Your Digital Connection, in collaboration with the ISC-West Conference.
For National Cybersecurity Awareness Month and always, the Privacy Office works with CISA to embed privacy safeguards into interagency cybersecurity policy initiatives and technologies used for cyber detection and prevention.
This year's National Cybersecurity Awareness Month theme encourages each of us to take ownership in making cyberspace safer and more secure.
DHS S&T's SBIR Program awards $1 million to California-based small business InferLink Corporation to develop collaborative peer-to-peer tool for sharing cybersecurity information.
S&T is hosting a series of virtual discussions this fall, focusing on how science, technology, and partnerships are needed to achieve common objectives to protect people, commerce, and infrastructure.
Learn what actions the Privacy Office has taken to reduce the collection and use of Social Security numbers at DHS.
DHS S&T SVIP and the DHS SBIR program are leveraging their innovative funding mechanisms to further develop a critical cybersecurity technology from CryptoMove, Inc., a start-up based in Oakland, California.
Mission Critical Occupations (MCOs) are considered core to DHS and these occupations most directly affect mission success. Priority MCOs are identified as having the greatest impact on the Department’s goals and objectives.