DHS S&T Transitions Third Cybersecurity Technology

Washington, D.C. – The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Science and Technology Directorate (S&T) today announced that another cybersecurity technology has been licensed for commercialization. This is S&T’s third technology that has successfully gone through the Transition to Practice (TTP) program and into the commercial market. The Network Mapping System (NeMS), developed by Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, is a software-based tool that tells users what is connected to their network so that they know what needs to be protected. This new technology is being licensed to Cambridge Global Advisors, an Arlington, Va. based strategic advisory services firm.

“The brilliant minds of the nation’s network of national laboratories are coming up with incredible technologies and solutions,” said DHS Under Secretary for Science and Technology Dr. Reginald Brothers. “Transitioning those ideas into the commercial market where they can be put to practical use is a primary objective for S&T.”

Interested in learning more? Read the full S&T Press Release.