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 CYBER POSTERCyber poster - The NSA TTP has launched a poster series to highlight the different ways you can work with our program! These downloadable wallpapers not only brighten your desktop - they also help spread the word about our partnerships with industry, academia, and other organizations. This poster series showcases the technology categories that comprise our Patent Portfolio: Data Science, Cyber, Mobility, Internet of Things, and Physical.
 DATASCIENCE POSTERData Science Poster - The NSA TTP has launched a poster series to highlight the different ways you can work with our program! These downloadable wallpapers not only brighten your desktop - they also help spread the word about our partnerships with industry, academia, and other organizations. This poster series showcases the technology categories that comprise our Patent Portfolio: Data Science, Cyber, Mobility, Internet of Things, and Physical.
 TTP PATENT PORTFOLIOFrom digital camera fingerprinting to streamlined synchronization of communication devices, the patent portfolio represents NSA's premier innovations available for use in the private sector. The NSA Tech Transfer Program creates these partnerships between the Agency and industry, ensuring that NSA's investment in mission research finds additional uses that benefit the U.S. economy.
 MOVING INNOVATION WEB POSTERInnovation from Lab-to-Market
 Legislation, Policy, and Guiding Principles.PDFLegislation, Policy, and Guiding Principles document
 EXTERNAL-BROCHURELeverage NSA Technology - Gain Market Advantage
 PEANUT BUTTER & JELLY CRADA POSTERPeanut Butter & Jelly CRADA poster
 IOT POSTERPoster showing the relationship of the Internet of Things. The NSA TTP has launched a poster series to highlight the different ways you can work with our program! These downloadable wallpapers not only brighten your desktop - they also help spread the word about our partnerships with industry, academia, and other organizations. This poster series showcases the technology categories that comprise our Patent Portfolio: Data Science, Cyber, Mobility, Internet of Things, and Physical.
 SPARCScalable Partnerships Assessing Research Commercialization
 An Unclassified Cloud Environment for MissionSUCCESS STORY: An Unclassified Cloud Environment for Mission - NSA Collaborates with AlgorithmHub12/19/2018
 Automating Real Time Management, Manipulation, and Storage of Big DataSUCCESS STORY: Automating Real Time Management, Manipulation, and Storage of Big Data - NSA Releases NiagaraFiles to Open Source Software12/19/2018
 Cyber Security at the Physical LevelSUCCESS STORY: Cyber Security at the Physical Level - NSA Partners with PadJack, Inc.12/19/2018
 NSA and University of Texas: Joining Forces in Machine LearningSUCCESS STORY: NSA and University of Texas: Joining Forces in Machine Learning - NSA Collaborates with University of Texas System11/2/2018
 Securing Data from Send to ReceiveSUCCESS STORY: Securing Data from Send to Receive - NSA Partners with Kapalya, Inc.12/19/2018
 8 STEPS POSTERThe National Security Agency's Technology Transfer Program (NSA TTP) has six hot technologies - developed right here at NSA - that might help your company gain a competitive edge in the marketplace. Covering a spectrum of disciplines like voice recognition, data analysis, and computer forensics, on of these patented innovations could be exactly what you need! Not sure where to start? Check out our 8 Steps Poster to find out.
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Information needs to be shared with stakeholders across international, governmental, agency, and classification boundaries. Cross domain technology plays a critical role in this sharing; cross domain solutions are controlled interfaces that provide the ability to manually or automatically access or transfer information between different security domains.

 

NSA's National Cross Domain Strategy & Management Office (NCDSMO) is the focal point for U.S. Government cross domain capabilities and mission needs (pursuant to the authority of Executive Order 12333 and National Security Directive 42).

 

What We Do

  • Oversee cross domain activities across the U.S. Government, ensuring a common approach
  • Advise the Chief Information Officers of federal agencies on issues related to cross domain solutions
  • Develop and operate cross domain community outreach programs and forums
  • Develop guidance and technologies to improve the security and capabilities of cross domain solutions
  • Develop and maintain the security requirements for cross domain solutions used by the U.S. Government and Foreign Military Sales Program
  • Oversee the Cross Domain Solutions Testing Program
  • Operate a Cross Domain Threat Intelligence Activity to research and disseminate threats to cross domain solutions

 

Raise the Bar

Raise the Bar is a strategy for improving cross domain solution security and capabilities from a design, development, assessment, implementation, and use perspective. The scope of the strategy includes cross domain solutions, Raise the Bar is intended to apply to and address improving the cybersecurity of all cross domain solutions used to protect U.S. Government classified information and all cross domain solutions being sold for export.

The Raise the Bar strategy sets a new strategic direction for the cross domain community. Raise the Bar ensures the community improves its ability to address emerging threats and achieves improved security posture while meeting mission requirements and providing life-cycle affordability.

 

Standards, Guidance, & Technologies

The NCDSMO develops standards and guidance documents regarding CDS architecture, design, development, engineering, implementation, system security, local and remote management and monitoring, and filtering. Our library of standards, guidance, and technologies is available on Intelink:

Intelink-U intelshare.intelink.gov/sites/ncdsmo
Intelink-S intelshare.intelink.sgov/sites/ncdsmo
Intelink-TS intelshare.intelink.ic.gov/sites/ncdsmo