S&T recently completed an in-depth study that gives interested stakeholders some insight into the ongoing rollout of 5G networking technologies and the early development of 6G.
Fifth Generation, or 5G, networking technologies have become ubiquitous in our everyday lexicon. From cellphones to broadband service to “smart” products, 5G is being touted as the wave of the future and the next giant step forward in global connectivity. Come explore the components that make 5G possible, the devices that aim to take advantage of 5G’s claims, and the implications of these advancements to everyday consumers and the greater homeland security enterprise (HSE).
DHS S&T and CISA are jointly announcing the final two research and development (R&D) awards for the newly launched Secure and Resilient Mobile Network Infrastructure (SRMNI) project.
DHS S&T and CISA are jointly announcing the inaugural research and development (R&D) awards for the newly-launched Secure and Resilient Mobile Network Infrastructure (SRMNI) project.
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.
We recently initiated the Predict, Assess Risk, Identify (and Mitigate) Disruptive Internet-scale Network Events program, which funds research to develop innovative technologies that will reveal more about Network/internet-scale disruptive events (NIDEs). NIDEs may cause a loss or degradation of network (not necessarily internet) service and often follow natural disasters, geo-political events or the mass scale re-routing of internet traffic.