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Cybersecurity: Leveraging the Science and Technology of Internet Mapping for Homeland Security

CAIDA proposed to apply a decade of experience in Internet topology measurement, analysis, modeling, and visualization to DHS' immediate cybersecurity needs to understand and protect essential U.S. information infrastructure.

Sponsored by:
Department of Homeland Security (DHS)

Principal Investigator: kc claffy

Funding source:  N66001-08-C-2029 Period of performance: March 21, 2008 - June 30, 2012.

Project Concluded

We developed and implemented new measurement and data collection technologies and infrastructure to improve DHS' situational awareness and understanding of the structure, dynamics and vulnerabilities of the physical and logical topologies of the global internet.

Funding for the project ended in 2012.

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