Tag Archives: SVIP

Bastille Networks Receives DHS Grant for IoT Security Project

Bastille Networks has secured a $196,760 grant from the Department of Homeland Security to help optimize internet of things wireless protocols. DHS said Monday it awarded the funds through the department’s Silicon Valley Innovation Program, which aims to encourage “non-traditional performers” to offer technologies that could help DHS address threats. Melissa Ho, SVIP managing director, said …

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6 Companies Secure DHS Funds for Internet-of-Things Security R&D

Six companies have secured $1.2 million in total funds from the Department of Homeland Security to research and develop platforms that would help address security issues  associated with internet of things. DHS said Tuesday Factom, Ionic Security, Machine-to-Machine Intelligence Corp., Pulzze Systems and Whitescope will build and demonstrate pilot-ready prototypes under the the second phase of the Silicon Valley …

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DHS, CBP to Hold Industry Day for Small UAS & Airport Passenger Processing Startups

The Department of Homeland Security will hold an industry day on July 29 to foster partnerships between the U.S. Customs and Border Protection and startup firms and investors in the fields of small unmanned aircraft systems and airport passenger processing. DHS said Tuesday the event aims to inform organizations and professionals on research and development opportunities under …

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Whitescope to Build Wireless Comms Gateway for IoT Devices Under DHS Contract

The Department of Homeland Security‘s science and technology directorate has awarded a $200,000 contract to Whitescope to provide a wireless communications gateway that will work to secure Internet of Things devices. DHS said Monday Whitescope’s GatewayX platform will work to perform passive and active detection of connected IoT devices and centralize the access to the devices. …

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