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DHS to Showcase Cybersecurity Tech Platforms at RSA 2017 Conference

The Department of Homeland Security plans to demonstrate cybersecurity platforms at the RSA 2017 conference that will be held from Feb. 14 to 16 in San Francisco, California.

DHS said Monday its science and technology directorate will showcase 12 government-funded technologies that are ready for pilot deployment and commercialization.

The security platforms include AS-Rank, CHARIOT, CodeDNA, DDNR, ImmuneSoft, Internet AtlasQUASARREDUCEREnigmaSilentAlarmVirtual Mobile Infrastructure and ZeroPoint.

DHS S&T’s cybersecurity division works to discover and develop technology that can support the cybersecurity needs of users across the U.S. government, private sector and international organizations.

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