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DHS S&T to showcase cybersecurity tech at 2018 RSA conference

The Department of Homeland Security’s science and technology directorate will showcase 13 cybersecurity technologies for pilot deployment and commercialization at the 2018 RSA cybersecurity conference on April 16-19.

DHS said Monday the government-funded cybersecurity systems are designed to help end-users across the public and private sector, as well as international partners.

The technologies that the department will be demonstrating at the event are:

  • AI-Analyst
  • Akatosh
  • APE
  • Bastille Networks
  • Code DX
  • Mobile Endpoint Security
  • PEACE
  • ReCon
  • Red Hat Mobile Application Platform
  • SecureCAST
  • Spoofer
  • StreamWorks
  • Verified.Me

The RSA conference will be held at the Moscone Center in San Francisco, California.

The event draws more than 50,000 attendees per year that connect with each other to find solutions to counter cyber threats.

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