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Homeland Security Blog
Under a joint pilot program, verifying the security of mobile application software for use within the federal government no longer needs to be time consuming or expensive.
More than two dozen research contracts have been awarded to small businesses to participate in phase one of the DHS S&T Directorate's SBIR program.
DHS agency works to support states’ voting security amid the pandemic and civil unrest.
DOD CIO attests that allowing the company’s cellular network puts the military’s satellite navigation operations at a big risk.
The supply chain is under siege, and the CMMC may be the key to securing it once and for all.
The relationship among contractors must strengthen to ensure that CMMC accomplishes its goals.
Four systems developed by the Homeland Security's Science and Technology Directorate contribute to COVID-19 response efforts.
A joint advisory published today shows that a growing number of cyber criminals are exploiting the COVID-19 outbreak for their own personal gain.
Hobbyists, civic groups, universities, schools, churches and available government agencies could potentially step in and help to make N95-style masks.
The pandemic is testing the capability of the network that supports first responders.
Initiatives focus on defending large U.S. electrical utility systems and developing enabling technical capabilities to help maintain a strategic nuclear deterrent.
During a town hall on the response to COVID-19, leaders at the Pentagon stressed the importance of good cyber hygiene while working remotely.
The 2020 Biometric Technology Rally will focus on reliably identifying small, free-flowing groups of individuals in crowded environments, such as airports or ports of entry.
Potential adversaries target energy and finance as they seek to undermine the United States.
Over the next six months, the DHS Science and Technology Directorate will assess prototypical wildfire sensor technologies from four companies.
The effort in St. Louis advances interoperability for first responders.
The Department of Homeland Security Science and Technology Directorate (S&T) is launching its latest S&T Impact Series case study focused on cybersecurity.
There’s a new federal player on the field in the identity security game.
Deployable flood inundation sensors based on the Internet of Things are being developed to monitor flood-prone areas in real time to rapidly detect them and alert officials, industry and citizens to potential threats.