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The Department of Homeland Security (DHS), Science and Technology Directorate (S&T) Homeland Security Advanced Research Projects Agency (HSARPA) Cyber Security Division (CSD) develops innovative solutions to meet a broad array of cybersecurity challenges by leading and coordinating cybersecurity R&D across the U.S. government, international partners, academia and the private sector. While at BlackHat USA CSD will demonstrate 10 mature technologies ready for pilot deployments and commercialization into the marketplace.
If you are at BlackHat visit CSD's booth 931, located on the second floor of the Business Hall.
Dates: July 26-27, 2017
Location: Mandalay Bay Resort & Casino | Las Vegas, Nevada
Business Hall Hours:
|Wednesday, July 26||10:00 a.m. – 7:00 p.m. PT|
|Thursday, July 27||10:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m PT|
CSD Technology Demonstrations
APE: A Novel Intrusion Prevention System for Android, presented by the MITRE Corporation
BCP38/84: Getting the Best Available Data on Source Address Validation on the Public Internet, presented by the Center for Applied Internet Data Analysis, University of California, San Diego
CASTRA: Context-Aware Security Technology for Responsive and Adaptive Protection, presented by United Technologies Research Corporation
CLIQUE: Scalable Modeling of Network Flows, presented by the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Cryptonite NXT: Commercialized Self-shielding Dynamic Network Architecture, presented by Intelligent Automation, Inc.
Distributed Denial of Service Defense: Telephony Denial of Service Defense Technology, presented by SecureLogix
NFC4PACS: Using Derived Credentials over Secure NFC for Physical Access Control, presented by Exponent
Mobile Application Assurance: A Framework for Assessing, Analyzing and Archiving Mobile Applications, presented by Kryptowire LLC
QUASAR: Strategic Decision Support for Cyber-Defense Planning, presented by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Lincoln Laborator
StreamWorks: Continuous Pattern Detection on Streaming Data, presented by the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
CSD-funded Technologies at Arsenal:
July 26 at 2:30 p.m. PT
SCOT (Sandia Cyber Omni Tracker): A Threat Intelligence and Incident Response Management System, presented by Sandia National Laboratories
July 27 at 11:30 a.m PT
PcapDB: Optimized Full-Network Packet Capture for Fast and Efficient Retrieval, presented by Los Alamos National Laboratory
Location: Room A, Third Floor, Mandalay Bay Conference Center
Date/Time: Wednesday, July 26 | 10:20 a.m. – 12:20 p.m. PT
CSD’s mission is to contribute to enhancing the security and resilience of the nation’s critical information infrastructure and the internet. CSD accomplishes its mission by developing and delivering new technologies, tools and techniques that enable DHS and the nation to defend, mitigate and secure current and future systems, networks and infrastructure against cyberattacks. CSD leads and coordinates research and development (R&D) among the cybersecurity community, which includes department customers, other government agencies, the private sector and international partners. Once these R&D products are matured, CSD supports marketplace transition through commercialization and open-source access.
SVIP is keeping pace with the innovation community to tackle the hardest problems challenging DHS’s operational missions and the Homeland Security Enterprise. The program expands DHS’s reach to find new technologies that strengthen national security. SVIP, based in California’s Silicon Valley, reaches out to innovation communities across the nation and around the world to harness the commercial R&D ecosystem for government applications, co-invest in ideas and accelerate transition-to-market.
During this session, researchers from academia, labs and industry, including startups and market accelerators, will learn more about CSD’s cybersecurity-focused mission, its broad research scope, its ongoing search for emerging research areas, how they can apply for the $80 million of contracts that CSD awards annually on average and how they can partner with CSD to transition technologies to the market. They’ll also get more insight on SVIP and how they can apply for funding to adapt their existing research to DHS and Homeland Security Enterprise needs.