Tag Archives: homeland security enterprise

DHS S&T, U.S. Border Patrol Test New Air, Ground Surveillance Tech

Two agencies within the Department of Homeland Security tested new surveillance technologies in an effort to address vulnerabilities concerning the U.S.-Canada border. DHS' Science and Technology Directorate and U.S. Border Patrol tested these technologies at Havre Sector in Sweetgrass, Mont., from Aug. 12 to 23 in support of the Homeland Security Enterprise, DHS said Tuesday

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DHS S&T Implementing Blockchain Tech for Homeland Security Operations

The Department of Homeland Security’s Science and Technology Directorate is launching an effort to promote research and development in blockchain technology for government and industry applications. DHS said Tuesday that the project, supported by S&T’s Silicon Valley Innovation Program, seeks to foster public-private partnerships to test blockchain technology and develop relevant security, interoperability and privacy standards and specifications.

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DHS S&T, Partners Develop New Support Tool for Impostor Detection Training

The Department of Homeland Security‘s science and technology directorate, Customs and Border Protection agency and the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center have created a new tool that will support impostor detection training efforts. DHS said Thursday that the alliance has developed the Eye-dentify system, a new component for the ScreenADAPT visual search training platform, …

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DHS S&T Directorate Unveils New Bluetooth Access Control Capacity for Virtual Mobile Infrastructure

The Department of Homeland Security‘s science and technology directorate has created and commercialized a new Bluetooth access control capacity for virtual mobile infrastructure on mobile devices. DHS said Wednesday the VMI platform offers no data-at-rest capacity on mobile devices which will help provide secure access to applications and enterprise data that …

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