DHS S&T awarded $199,680 to Bastille Networks, Inc. of Atlanta, Georgia to deliver its Internet of Things (IoT) security solution that will enable system administrators to gain real-time situational awareness of threats on connected devices.
This issue brief focuses on raising awareness of the state of affairs regarding internet infrastructure risk assessment and related supply chain accountability. In particular, the brief highlights the role of research and development (R&D) in identifying and understanding the existing and emerging vulnerabilities and threats to internet infrastructure to inform effective internet infrastructure risk management.
21st Century threats are crossing traditional fields and domains, which is why DHS S&T’s Silicon Valley Innovation Program is at IoT World -- the intersection of industries and IoT innovation. Join S&T in booth #1248 (near Ecosystem Center Stage) to discuss how people, technology, and capital offer high impact solutions to hometown security challenges, and how innovations in procurement are allowing us to streamline the bringing of new tech into government.
If you are a Fire & Rescue professional attending the Fire Department Instructors Conference in Indianapolis, mark your calendars to join S&T John Merrill and discuss how to “Make Firefighting Safer with Artificial Intelligence.” This discussion will be held in rooms 138-139 on , from to at the Indiana Convention Center & Lucas Oil stadium.
Five research organizations were awarded separate contracts totaling $11,511,565 to develop new methods to identify and attribute Network/Internet-scale Disruptive Events (NIDEs), the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Science and Technology Directorate (S&T) announced today.
The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Science and Technology Directorate (S&T) announced a $200,000 award today to Plurilock Security Solutions, Inc. to develop an identity management (IdM) platform to improve the security capabilities of smart devices, sensors and other devices that connect and operate across the cybersphere.
In addition to fostering IoT innovation, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Science and Technology Directorate (S&T) is investing in ways to ensure system security and privacy.
Internet of Things (IoT) continues to grow as the number of wearable, home and workplace devices increase. Although these devices may improve our productivity, it’s important to remember that these devices are power computers. DHS S&T's Cyber Security Division Program Manager Chase Garwood shares how you can protect your smart devices.
The DHS S&T is working to make sure telephony denial of service attacks cannot disrupt critical phone systems.
Today, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) issued a set of “Strategic Principles for Securing the Internet of Things (IoT), Version 1.0.” These principles highlight approaches and suggested practices to fortify the security of the IoT and will equip stakeholders to make responsible and risk-based security decisions as they design, manufacture, and use internet-connected devices and systems.