DHS Announces $40 Million for Cyber Security Research
The agency is seeking papers and proposals on 14 different topic areas.
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security recently issued a call for proposals in a $40 million program aimed at encouraging cyber security research and development.
"DHS laid out its areas of interest in a Broad Agency Announcement (BAA) dated January 26," writes threatpost's Paul Roberts. "In it, the domestic security agency said it was soliciting papers and proposals centered on 14 different topic areas."
"At stake is $40m in federal funding for research and development, with individual grants ranging up to $3 million," Roberts writes.
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