The Internet of (Secure) Things

The Department of Homeland Security’s Science & Technology Directorate plays a key role in keeping Americans safe.

Through an ongoing communications initiative, we help inform Congress and the public about S&T’s inclusive scope, innovative programs and tangible successes.

Employing a wide variety of creative approaches, we produce integrated cross-platform content that takes a vital national security message from “complicated” to “compelling.”

CSD’s ‘Transition to Practice’ (TTP) program accelerates technology transformation from research into practical application.

A primary goal of S&T is to educate, engage and partner to speed wide adoption of new tools and technologies. We have worked collaboratively with more than 60 government agencies, international partners, global brands and leading educational institutions in support of this engagement.

Led by CSD in partnership with 5 of the world’s major oil & gas companies, the LOGIIC consortium designs tools and techniques to protect critical systems on a global scale.

Led by S&T in partnership with 5 of the world’s major oil & gas companies, the LOGIIC consortium designs tools and techniques to protect critical systems on a global scale.

The Software Assurance Marketplace (SWAMP) employs 30 analysis tools to assess code vulnerabilities across 14 Platforms and Operating Systems.

Our work supported the recent launch and positioning of DHS SVIP, the Silicon Valley Innovation Program. A Loma-produced overview video framing its initial success debuted at the 2019 DHS Innovation Showcase, an industry-leading forum. In addition to providing the event’s digital media and photography, we also conducted interviews with DHS senior leadership designed to provide Department viewpoints to the national media.

A primary goal of CSD is to educate, engage and partner with industry to speed wide adoption of new tools and technologies.

We continue to communicate the innovations, partnerships and demonstrated results achieved by one of the federal government’s most collaborative organizations.