The Transition to Practice (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.
Secure Cyber Networks
To increase law enforcement capabilities to identify, collect and analyze evidentiary data from consumer and professional drones, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Science and Technology Directorate (S&T) has awarded a $928,541 research-and-development contract to VTO Inc. of Broomfield, Colorado.
RBPS 8 - Cyber is the performance standard that addresses the deterance of cyber sabotage, including preventing unauthorized on-site or remote access to critical process controls, critical business systems, and other sensitive computerized systems.
The 2017 TTP cohort is comprised of a diverse range of innovative cybersecurity technologies that will help strengthen the cyber defenses of critical networks in the public and private sectors.
The DHS S&T TTP program will introduce its 2017 cohort of eight new technologies during a Demonstration Day event May 16 at the J.W. Marriott hotel in Washington, D.C.
The curtain will rise on the federal government’s largest cybersecurity research and development (R&D) showcase in mid-July.
The DHS S&T is working to make sure telephony denial of service attacks cannot disrupt critical phone systems.
Identity theft and online fraud are on the rise during tax season as millions of Americans now file their taxes online. In the 2016 tax season, the IRS saw an approximate 400 percent surge in phishing and malware incidents targeting tax filers. Sophisticated cybercriminals are looking to steal your identity and fraudulently claim your tax refund, making it critical to stay extra vigilant in the coming weeks.