“The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Science and Technology Directorate (S&T) awarded more than $1.27 million across two universities to develop new solutions to improve the capability of organizations to understand and improve their cybersecurity control investment decisions.”
“The University of California San Diego received $1.045 million for a multiyear effort to develop threat intelligence tools and techniques for measuring the reliability and value of a threat intelligence source to an enterprise. The project will include four kinds of metrics…”
“The University of Illinois Chicago was awarded $227,305 for a 12-month effort to develop a cyberattack economic impact model, and a tool to automate data collection and analysis to provide near real-time estimates of cyberattack outcomes…” Read the full article here.
Source: DHS S&T Awards $1.27M to 2 Universities for Cybersecurity Research – November 8, 2018. RadioResource.