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Transition to Practice 2017 Cohort Technology Videos

Transition to Practice 2017 Cohort Technology Videos

The Transition to Practice (TTP) program bridges the gap between research and the marketplace by connecting federal R&D sources with the private sector and venture community to accelerate commercialization. The TTP program is leading the successful transition of federally funded cybersecurity technologies through a transition process designed to accelerate the path from lab to market and that has resulted in the commercialization of over a dozen technologies and the creation of several new startups. In 2017, TTP identified eight new promising technologies, developed by Department of Energy National Labs, Department of Defense affiliated labs, FFRDCs and academia, for inclusion in the program’s annual cohort.

For more information on TTP or any of the eight technologies contact the TTP Program at ST.TTP@hq.dhs.gov or visit the TTP web page.

2017 TTP Cohort: Akatosh

 

In this video, Akatosh, a technology developed at Oak Ridge National Laboratory is presented. Akatosh enables automated, real-time forensic analysis after cybersecurity incidents by combining intrusion detection systems with forensic tools. Akatosh is available for organizations to license and/or pilot.

2017 TTP Cohort: APE

 

In this video, APE, a technology developed at MITRE Corporation is presented. APE is a first-of-its-kind Intrusion Protection System for Android devices that prevents attacks before they occur. APE is available for organizations to license and/or pilot.

2017 TTP Cohort: CHARIOT

 

In this video, CHARIOT, a technology developed at Massachusetts Institute of Technology - Lincoln Laboratory is presented. Cyber HLT Analysis, Reasoning, and Inference for Online Threats (CHARIOT) is an enrichment and filtering technology that analyses open-source social media to eliminate topics irrelevant to the searcher. CHARIOT is available for organizations to license and/or pilot.

2017 TTP Cohort: CPAD

 

In this video, CPAD, a technology developed at Oak Ridge National Laboratory is presented. Cyber-Physical Attack Detection (CPAD) detects integrity attacks on cyber physical systems in real-time. CPAD is available for organizations to license and/or pilot.

2017 TTP Cohort: Keylime

 

In this video, Keylime, a technology developed at Massachusetts Institute of Technology - Lincoln Laboratory is presented. Using TPM, Keylime allows users to control and trust a cloud provider when doing sensitive workloads in the cloud. The Keylime technology is currently Open Source and available for organizations to pilot.

2017 TTP Cohort: PEACE

 

In this video, PEACE, a technology developed at Worcester Polytechnic Institute is presented. Policy Enforcement and Access Control for End-points (PEACE) protects end-point devices in an enterprise network by allowing organizations to see and vet traffic on their network. PEACE is available commercially from startup ContexSure Networks and for organizations to pilot.

2017 TTP Cohort: QUASAR

 

In this video, QUASAR, a technology developed at Massachusetts Institute of Technology - Lincoln Laboratory is presented. The Quantitative Attack Space Analysis and Reasoning (QUASAR) tool is a threat intelligence and decision support platform for cyber defense planners. QUASAR is available for organizations to license and/or pilot.

2017 TTP Cohort: Streamworks

 

In this video, StreamWorks, a technology developed at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory is presented. StreamWorks is used to find emerging patterns of behavior in a stream of graph-structured data. StreamWorks is available for organizations to license and/or pilot.

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