The federal government spends an upwards of $1 billion each year on unclassified cybersecurity research. This fuel a part of Homeland Security technology research and results in the development of new software programs that helps thwart new age cyberthreats.
These are not top-secret research projects that are too sensitive to declassify. In fact, the government is looking for ways to introduce these technologies to the marketplace. In hopes that private companies would show interest in licensing these technologies and package them as commercial security products, the government had made a list of 8 security techs back in 2016 that they are willing to release to the public. Following are 5 of them that has a high likelihood of getting commercialized.
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