DHS is proud to announce the launch of our brand new DHS.gov. After months in the works, I’m happy to share that the Department’s flagship website has been significantly modernized and improved to provide the public and our workforce with a more intuitive, secure, and user-friendly experience.
The University of Florida's Secure and Resilient Mobile Network Infrastructure (SRMNI) project is developing solutions for legacy and future cellular systems that will detect and mitigate voice call and message interception and user tracking by hostile third parties.
The AdaptiveMobile Security Secure and Resilient Mobile Network Infrastructure (SRMNI) R&D project will develop an innovative threat-detection solution that will help increase the security posture of mobile networks and devices.
DHS S&T's Silicon Valley Innovation Program (SVIP), has awarded a Phase 5 Other Transaction Agreement (OTA) to Bastille Networks, an Internet of Things (IoT) technology company located in Atlanta, Georgia, to continue their work with DHS.
DHS S&T collaborates with Intelligent Automation, Inc., to develop system that protects operating systems and apps on embedded platforms against cyberattacks.
Under a joint pilot program, DHS S&T and NIAP within the National Security Agency (NSA) cybersecurity mission have demonstrated that the process can be automated.
Assessing whether mobile apps are compliant with a NIAP Protection Profile (PP) has traditionally been a long and costly process. By automating that process, S&T and NIAP offer agencies the ability to quickly, affordably, and reliably determine if their apps meet NIAP’s stringent security requirements.
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.
The purpose of the tech demo was to assist DHS S&T and its contracted developer, Lockstep Technologies, in gathering feedback from emergency response personnel on the concept and design of the MDAV, a mobile application that digitally authenticates first responders’ credentials.
S&T Evaluating Mobile App Vetting Integration with Enterprise Mobility Management in the Enterprise Report
This S&T study recommends federal agencies adopt a continuous approach to standards-based mobile app vetting by integrating vetting tools with EMM and exploring nontraditional approaches, such as app threat intelligence. These approaches would improve overall federal system mobile device and enterprise security while also enabling employees to use apps to conduct business and accomplish their organization’s mission.