In July 2019, DHS S&T and the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) hosted the TIES: Securing Mobile Network Infrastructure engagement, in Boston, MA. This engagement focused on the DHS operational mission of mobile network infrastructure, specifically 5G. During the event innovators learned about the DHS mission, homeland security challenges to help identify cutting-edge technology solutions for DHS operational and end-users supporting this vital mission.
To learn more about the current mobile network infrastructure landscape and DHS mission, click on the links below to watch the videos.
DHS S&T’s Perspective
S&T Overview/Doing Business with S&T
S&T’s Industry Partnerships Director (Acting) Megan Mahle provides an overview of S&T and discusses how to do business with us.
S&T’s Partnership with CISA and our Mobile Security R&D Program & Network Infrastructure Role
S&T’s Infrastructure Protection Portfolio Manager Vincent Sritapan discusses S&T’s partnership with CISA and our Mobile Security R&D program, including our role in network infrastructure.
CISA Mission Area
Envisioning a Smart Public Safety Ecosystem: 5G and IoT Potential Public Safety and National Security/Emergency Preparedness (ns/ep) Impacts
CISA’s Robert Dew, Senior Technologist Advisor within the Emergency Communications Division, discusses 5G and internet-of-things related to public safety, national security and emergency preparedness.
Safety, Security, and the 5G Race
CISA’s Chief of Continuity Assessment and Resilience Kevin Briggs discusses the race to 5G, including safety and security challenges.
DHS and Industry Solutions for the Future
MITRE Corporation’s Demetrius Davis provides an industry perspective on securing mobile network infrastructure.
Solutions to DHS’s Vital Mission – Available Business Opportunities
S&T’s Industry Partnerships Director (Acting) Megan Mahle discusses available S&T business opportunities.