The goal of the Department of Homeland Security Science and Technology Directorate’s (S&T) Application Security Threat and Attack Modeling (ASTAM) Project is to produce new methods for analyzing the security of software applications that will make it faster and easier to adopt application security and identify more vulnerabilities.
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Blockchain is unquestionably the hottest technology being developed today in the private and government sectors.
DHS S&T today released its 2018 Mobile Security Research and Development (R&D) Program Guide that introduces the technology projects, goals and objectives and their alignment with DHS and federal mobile security strategies and priorities.
DHS S&Ttoday announced the seventh technology commercialization through S&T’s Transition to Practice (TTP) Program since the start of the current fiscal year.
DHS S&T has released two new guides that will boost opportunities to transition its mature cybersecurity solutions and spur community discussion about its research and development (R&D) priorities.
The Department of Homeland Security Science and Technology Directorate (S&T) drives a wide range of research and development (R&D) initiatives and steers the resulting innovative solutions into use by the intended end-user.
Last week, senior officials from the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) participated in a series of coordination meetings with state and local election officials, private sector companies, and federal partners to discuss cybersecurity for the nation’s election infrastructure.
DHS S&T awarded a total of $5,643,466 across seven organizations to develop new tools to arm researchers with the latest insight and an increased collection of cybersecurity incident data to understand and counter cyberattacks.
DHS S&T has awarded a $750,000 contract to El Segundo, California-based InferLink Corporation to develop an advanced search functionality for the Information Marketplace for Policy and Analysis of Cyber-risk & Trust (IMPACT) cybersecurity research portal.