$8.6M Awarded For Government Mobile App Security Research

The Department of Homeland Security is looking to change that and enhance its mobile application security, announcing the award of $8.6 million in contracts to five different solution providers in a wide-ranging research and development project to bolster cybersecurity.

DHS launched the Mobile Application Security (MAS) project to focus on continuous validation and threat protection for mobile apps and integrating security throughout the mobile app lifecycle. According to DHS, it’s also developing a security framework and integrated models that will enable the development of secure mobile apps for mission use by the DHS components, other government agencies and enterprise organizations.

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