Today, the dynamic challenges ahead of the Department of Homeland Security require readiness of new technologies, space resilience, and improvement of operational efficiency. Prevailing security threats have compelled national security agencies to take the aid of unmanned aerial systems (UAS) to visually capture videos and images of terrorist camps or trapped civilians in war zone areas in real-time. Integrating these UAS with advanced technologies like artificial intelligence and machine learning improves the analysis of the captured videos and images. Moreover, the Department of Homeland Security is also looking at various solutions such as malware analysis tools to behavior analysis platforms to face off any breach and mitigate high-value risks.
With the evolution of mission analytics, homeland security agencies are finding a viable way to format the collected data and decrypt it. Similarly, cloud computing is also making significant inroads into national defense and security strategies to lower the costs and improve real-time information sharing and collaborative analysis. Moreover, national security agencies are investing into the resilience of space systems to maintain cybersecurity of the ground stations, enhancing the survivability of the satellites, and quickening the recovery time of an operation during its degradation.
Keeping in mind the imminence of security measures a distinguished panel of CEOs, CIOs, VCs, and analysts along with the editorial board of Gov CIO Outlook have shortlisted top ten homeland security solution providers. These companies fuse existing technology with new technologies to provide highly advanced defense solutions for national security.
We present to you Gov CIO Outlook’s ‘Top 10 Homeland Security Solution Providers - 2018’