Department of Homeland Security, Secretary for Science and Technology Directorate (S&T) William N. Bryan announced yesterday that they will be present in three events in March to discuss cybersecurity and homeland security solutions.

The first event, RSA Conference 2019, from March 4-7 at Moscone Center in San Francisco, California will be the first time S&T will partner with the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA). At the conference, the world's largest cybersecurity event, they will share booth 1565 to demonstrate 11 developed, transition-ready cybersecurity technologies.

The demonstrations will cover topics from malware reversing tool, securing vehicle software to securing mobile applications and devices.

Expo on the digital future

S&T and CISA will also participate at the International Wireless Communications Expo from March 4 to 8, at the Las Vegas Convention Center in Nevada. Discussions will center around smart cities, public safety, critical communications for disasters and emergencies, and video surveillance technology advances and its impact.

The Department of Homeland Security S&T used funds for a number of programs that have taken a deep look at the most effective ways to utilize the technologies of today. DHS S&T knows that we must also prepare for a digital future and increased capabilities must be seamlessly integrated in a secure way to ensure the public's safety.

Knowing technology now affect our daily lives DHS invite the public to visit their S&T and CISA booth 715 to leave input on what tools and techniques are still needed to help you remain safe and secure.

S&T investment solutions

The third event is the 2019 S&T Cybersecurity and Innovation Showcase in Washington D.C. At the Washington Marriott Wardman Park hotel.

This year the showcase takes place from March 18 - 20 with the theme 'Solutions Now/Innovations for the Future.' The event will showcase DHS S&T's investment of $250 million of federally-funded research and development in finding solutions through technology.

It features demonstrations and discussions of over 130 innovative cyber and homeland security solutions.

DHS Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen is the keynote speaker on March 18 and will sit in on a discussion on homeland security, cybersecurity and future development of technologies with S&T, CISA directors in a Fireside Chat.