S&T brings together cybersecurity stakeholders and innovators in the private sector and academia to find mature technologies ready for commercialization.
In 2016, we identified promising technologies that meet network operator and cyber professional needs, and these solutions are already helping companies protect their networks, information and assets.
As a result, operators can now use ZeroPoint to determine—in seconds—whether web content contains hazardous exploit payloads, and will be quickly notified of any threats before data is lost. Symbiote, already in use with Hewlett Packard to protect its printers provides a similar capability, helping cyber professionals detect intentional interference on embedded system devices such as routers. Defending both aspects of cybersecurity, the Physical and Cyber Risk Analysis Tool (PACRAT) simultaneously assesses cyber and physical risks and helps users understand how they impact each other. RhinoCorps, a small business and vulnerability assessment tool developer in Albuquerque, New Mexico, licensed the tool. S&T will continue to partner with innovators to transition promising research and development projects, making them available to cybersecurity operators across the nation.