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DHS Issues Phase Two Small Business Contracts for Credential Security Tech to Oasys International, Waverly Labs

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Oasys International and Waverly Labs have received a combined total of $1.97M in awards to develop credential security technologies for first responders under agreements with the Department of Homeland Security (DHS). The two companies will develop Identity, Credential and Access Management (ICAM) on-the-fly tools that support interoperability, security and scalability across first responder operations. 

 

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DHS to Host Three-Day Cybersecurity Conference

The Department of Homeland Security's science and technology directorate will host a three-day cybersecurity event that will kick off on March 18 in Washington, D.C. The 2019 S&T Cybersecurity and Innovation Showcase will allow technology professionals, government and industry stakeholders to view over 130 presentations on federally funded cyber research-and-development initiatives valued at $250M combined, DHS said Monday.

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DHS Announces Planned Pre-Solicitation Topics for Small Business Innovation Research Effort

The Department of Homeland Security has announced the topics for the 19.1 pre-solicitation under the department’s Small Business Innovation Research program. The pre-solicitation covers eight planned topics for DHS Science and Technology Directorate projects and two subject areas that support the Countering Weapons of Mass Destruction Office’s missions, DHS S&T …

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DHS Licenses 2 Cyber Tech Platforms to IP Group

The Department of Homeland Security has licensed two Pacific Northwest National Laboratory-built cybersecurity platforms to intellectual property firm IP Group through the science and technology directorate’s Transition to Practice program. IP Group transitioned the Digital Ants and MLSTONES platforms to Cynash, a newly created portfolio company that will work to integrate the …

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ZSofTech Gains License to Network Flow Analysis Tech via DHS Program

The Department of Homeland Security has licensed a network flow analysis platform to Atlanta-based information technology company zSofTech as part of a transition-to-market program managed by DHS’ science and technology directorate. DHS said Friday the Energy Department‘s Pacific Northwest National Laboratory developed the Network FLOW AnalyzER software application to inspect internet protocol in real time …

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