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S&T, CISA to Discuss Mobile Security at Mobile World Congress

Defend Today. Secure Tomorrow. Mobile World Congress Los Angeles 2019. October 22-24. Visit DHS at Booth 1257.The Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) Science and Technology Directorate (S&T) and Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) will be educating visitors about their work in mobile device security at Mobile World Congress Los Angeles 2019 in late October. S&T and CISA will be jointly exhibiting in the one-DHS booth in the event’s exhibit hall.

S&T’s Cybersecurity research and development (R&D) program, which develops innovative solutions to meet a broad array of cybersecurity and mobile security challenges across the U.S. government and the private sector, will demonstrate several mature, transition-ready technologies ready for pilot deployments and marketplace commercialization. Meanwhile, CISA leaders will be talking to visitors about the agency’s mobile security mission.

If you will be at Mobile World Congress Los Angeles 2019, be sure to visit the DHS booth—# 1257—in the Business Hall. 

Exhibit Information

Dates: October 22-24, 2019
DHS Booth 1257| Los Angeles Convention Center | Las Angeles, California

Expo Hours

  • Tuesday, October 22—9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
  • Wednesday, October 23—9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
  • Thursday, October 24—9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

DHS Booth Talk & Tech Demo Schedule

October 22

9:15-9:30          Mobile Endpoint Security—Lookout

9:45-10:00        Mission Critical Grade Security Layer—Qualcomm & Kryptowire

10:15-10:30      Scalable Analysis of Android & iOS Firmware (SAFARI)—Kryptowire

10:45-11:00      5G Rural Engagement Initiative—CISA

11:15-11:30      Hypori—Intelligent Waves

11:45-12:00      Firmware Automated Analysis at Scale with Testing (FAAST)—Red Balloon Security

12:15-12:30      Safety, Security and the 5G Race—CISA

12:45-1:00        iProov—iProov

1:15-1:30          IoP-Sec—Kiana

1:45-2:00          Bastille Networks—Bastille

2:15-2:30          Emergency Communications Interoperability—CISA

2:45-3:00          Improving Network Resilience and Availability—S&T OSE

3:15-3:30          Exploring, Improving & Securing Mobile Connections—CIRI

3:45-4:00          Do Not Spoof Service—Anavation

4:15-4:30          .govCAR – Think Like the Adversary: Threat Based Approach to Mobile Security—CISA

5:00                   Business Hall Closes

October 23

9:15-9:30          Do Not Spoof Service—Anavation

9:45-10:00        Exploring, Improving & Securing Mobile Connections—CIRI

10:15-10:30      Improving Network Resilience and Availability—S&T OSE

10:45-11:00      .govCAR – Think Like the Adversary: Threat Based Approach to Mobile Security—CISA

11:15-11:30      iProov—iProov

11:45-12:00      Bastille Networks—Bastille

12:15-12:30     How to Do Business with S&T—S&T Office of Industry Partnerships

12:45-1:00        IoP-Sec—Kiana

1:15-1:30          Emergency Communications Interoperability—CISA

1:45-2:00          Firmware Automated Analysis at Scale with Testing (FAAST)—Red Balloon Security

2:15-2:30          Hypori—Intelligent Waves

2:45-3:00          5G Rural Engagement Initiative—CISA

3:15-3:30          Scalable Analysis of Android & iOS Firmware (SAFARI)—Kryptowire

3:45-4:00          Mission Critical Grade Security Layer—Qualcomm & Kryptowire

4:15-4:30          Mobile Endpoint Security—Lookout

5:00                   Business Hall Closes

October 24

9:15-9:30          Safety, Security and the 5G Race—CISA

9:45-10:00        Mission Critical Grade Security Layer—Qualcomm & Kryptowire

10:15-10:30      Scalable Analysis of Android & iOS Firmware (SAFARI)—Kryptowire

10:45-11:00      .govCAR – Think Like the Adversary: Threat Based Approach to Mobile Security—CISA

11:15-11:30      iProov—iProov

11:45-12:00      Firmware Automated Analysis at Scale with Testing (FAAST)—Red Balloon Security

12:15-12:30      5G Rural Engagement Initiative—CISA

12:45-1:00        How to Do Business with S&T - Office of Industry Partnerships

1:15-1:30          Hypori—Intelligent Waves

1:45-2:00          IoP-Sec—Kiana

2:15-2:30          Bastille Networks—Bastille

3:00         End of Conference

Talks Technology Demonstrations

S&T will demonstrate 11 mature, transition-ready mobile security technologies ready for pilot deployments and commercialization into the marketplace, while CISA leaders will discuss with booth visitors the agency’s mobile security protection mission. The following S&T-funded technologies will be demonstrated in the DHS booth (two additional technologies will be added to this list soon):

Do Not Spoof Service (TDOSD)

presented by Anavation
Services combatting malicious caller-ID spoofing

Bastille Networks (SVIP)

presented by Bastille
Enforcing Cellular, Bluetooth & WiFi Device Policy

Exploring, Improving & Securing Mobile Connections (MS)

presented by Critical Infrastructure Resilience Institute
An Overview of CIRI R&D Mobile Security Projects

5G Rural Engagement Initiative

presented by CISA
Localized Engagement with Rural Carries Impacted by 5G

Emergency Communications Interoperability

presented by CISA
Achieving Emergency Comms Interoperability In Evolving Technology

.govCAR—Think Like the Adversary: Threat-based Approach to Mobile Security

presented by CISA
Threat-informed mobile security analysis and recommendations

Safety, Security and the 5G Race

presented by CISA
The National Coordinating Center for Communications’ Perspective 

Hypori (MS)

presented by Intelligent Waves
BYOD That’s Secure and Scalable

iProov (SVIP)

presented by iProov
Genuine Presence Assurance (GP-A)

IoP-Sec (SVIP)

presented by Kiana
Device Detection & Location Analytics for Physical Security & Operations

Scalable Analysis of Android & iOS Firmware (SAFARI) (MS)

presented by Kryptowire, LLC
Automated Firmware Security Analysis

Mobile Endpoint Security (MS)

presented by Lookout
Mobile Endpoint Security

Mission Critical Grade Security Layer (MS)

presented by Qualcomm & Kryptowire, LLC
Hardware-Anchored Continuous Validation and Threat Protection 

Firmware Automated Analysis at Scale with Testing (FAAST) (MS)

presented by Red Balloon Security
FAAST

How to Do Business with S&T
presented by the DHS S&T Office of Industry Partnerships

Improving Network Resilience and Availability (MS)

presented by the DHS S&T Office of Science and Engineering
Detecting, Identifying & Mitigating Spectrum Interference

Project Acronyms

MS=Mobile Security
SVIP=Silicon Valley Innovation Program
TDOSD=Telephony Disruption of Service Defense

The tech demos schedule will be posted here soon. Check back to this page to see when a technology of interest to you will be demonstrated.

 

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Whether you’re at the event or in your office, you can stay up to date on S&T’s and CISA’s activities at Mobile World Congress Los Angeles 2019 when you follow them on Twitter, LinkedIn and Facebook using : @dhsscitech, @CISAgov, and #MWC19.

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