U.S. Department of Energy

Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

Emerging Cybersecurity Technologies

Publish Date: 
Tuesday, June 24, 2014
We describe in this document a categorization of existing and emerging capabilities that address the mission drivers: 1) The need to develop scientific fundamental understanding of cyber systems, 2) The need for sense making in complex, vast, data streams to support awareness and decision making, and 3) The need to understand the complex interactions between the physical world and the cyber world. These are specifically focused on cybersecurity applications that are relevant to national security domain areas. This is broken into major capability areas with a discussion of example current efforts and technologies included. This report closes with a summary of our vision for near future developments and trends in cyber security for national security applications.
Oehmen CS. 2014. Emerging Cybersecurity Technologies: a Report for OSTP Existing Technologies and Vision for the Future. PNNL-23432, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory, Richland, WA.
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