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DHS S&T Awards $200k to StackRox for Defense Against Cyber Threats

DHS S&T has awarded StackRox, Inc. of Mountain View, California, a $200,000 contract to harden the cyber defenses of financial institutions.

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DHS S&T Selects Cyber Apex Solutions for Applied Cybersecurity Research

DHS S&T awarded a five-year Other Transaction Agreement (OTA), with a maximum value of $70 million, to Arlington, Virginia-based Cyber Apex Solutions, LLC, to facilitate applied research of prototype cyber-defenses for critical national infrastructure sectors.

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Tech Transfer, cybersecurity and innovation, Cryptography

Spotlight Shines on Ground-Breaking Technologies

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Quantum-cybersecurity expert Ray Newell received the 2016 Richard P. Feynman Innovation Prize at a July 20 ceremony celebrating the “Super Power of the Entrepreneur.”

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Qubitekk Licenses ORNL Single-Photon Source Approach for Quantum Encryption

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Qubitekk has non-exclusively licensed an Oak Ridge National Laboratory-developed method to produce quantum light particles, known as photons, in a controlled, deterministic manner that promises improved speed and security when sharing encrypted data.

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Netherlands-U.S. Cybersecurity R&D Partnership is Thriving

S&T has established active partnerships with cybersecurity organizations in 13 countries—including the United Kingdom, Australia, Canada, Singapore and Israel—and an international body—the European Union.

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DHS S&T Awards VTO Inc. $928K for Drone Forensics R&D

To increase law enforcement capabilities to identify, collect and analyze evidentiary data from consumer and professional drones, DHS S&T has awarded a $928,541 research-and-development contract to VTO Inc. of Broomfield, Colorado.

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DHS S&T Awards $749K to Evernym for Decentralized Key Management Research and Development

DHS S&T has awarded Salt Lake City-based startup Evernym a $749,000 Small Business Innovation Program (SBIR) award to develop an easy-to-use, decentralized mechanism for managing public and private keys needed for the secure and scalable deployment of blockchain technologies.

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NSA-Funded Virtual Cybersecurity Lab to Improve Cloud Networking Security

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A University of Arkansas at Little Rock researcher is creating a virtual lab to address issues related to cloud-based computing environments and to help students practice networking and cyber defense skills. The program's modules will be part of a cybersecurity curriculum that will be available to the public.

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Columbus State University Partners With Local School System on NSA Grant for Middle School Cybersecurity Education

A $50,000 NSA grant allows Columbus State Univeristy and the local school system to create what may be the state's first course in cybersecurity education specifically designed for 7th and 8th grade middle school students. The curriculum will be available to be copied for any district interested. “We do not think that a cybersecurity curriculum of this magnitude has been attempted at the middle school level in Georgia,”

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UCI Cybersecurity Policy & Research Institute Launches Initiatives to Combat Cyber Threats

New initiatives from the Cybersecurity Policy & Research Institute at the University of California, Irvine will help combat one of our greatest security challenges: vulnerabilities and attacks in cyberspace.







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