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This technology guide marks the culmination of an extensive foraging effort to identify cybersecurity technologies developed at the Department of Energy’s National Laboratories. Through the TTP Program, S&T is identifying innovative, federally funded cybersecurity research that addresses cybersecurity needs and helping to transition this research into the Homeland Security Enterprise through partnerships and commercialization. This guide represents an important step in that process as all of the technologies included in this guide are ready to be piloted in an operational environment or to be transitioned into a commercially available product. If you’re interested in piloting, licensing, or commercializing one of the technologies, please note that the DHS S&T TTP program is funding test and evaluation activities to validate technology performance, capability claims, and interoperability; and red teaming to find, reduce, and eliminate potential vulnerabilities. This technology guide is the first and second edition of what will be an annual publication.
|Cyber Security Division Transition to Practice Technology Guide Volume 1||4.13 MB|
|Cyber Security Division Transition to Practice Technology Guide Volume 2||9.68 MB|
Last Published Date: July 20, 2017