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DHS S&T's Transition to Practice Program will be showcasing six technologies at Resilience Week, ready for pilots, licensing or commercialization. These technologies have been developed at the Department of Energy and Department of Defense affiliated Laboratories and are now available for piloting by organizations looking to strengthen their cybersecurity posture.
- CPAD: Real-Time Cyber Physical Attack Detection, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
- Cynash: Protecting Critical Systems with Nature-Inspired Cybersecurity Solutions, Cynash Inc.
- DDNR: Dynamic Defense & Network Randomization for Proactively Protecting Network Control Systems, Sandia National Laboratory
- Dynamic Flow Isolation: Adaptive Access Control To Protect Networks, MIT Lincoln Laboratory
- QUASAR: Strategic Decision Support for Cyber Defense Planning, MIT Lincoln Laboratory
- SilentAlarm: Detecting Abnormal Network Traffic, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
If you are attending this event we invite you to attend the TTP track on Tuesday, August 21 starting at 1:30pm. For more information about the event, visit https://secure.inl.gov/resweek2018/.
The TTP program accelerates the path of cybersecurity technologies from the research lab to the marketplace. TTP identifies promising federally funded cybersecurity technologies and facilitates their adoption into broader use through partnerships with the private sector and commercialization.
About Resilience Week
Dates: August 20 - 23, 2018
Location: Denver, CO
Event Website: https://secure.inl.gov/ResWeek2018