Montana State University recieves $4 million from Homeland Security for cybersecurity project
December 6, 2022 /
A team of researchers at Montana State University received a $4.47 million award from the Department of Homeland Security for a project aimed at protecting critical infrastructure from cyber attacks.
The three-year contract award is aimed at developing computer models that would identify code that could be hacked by cybercriminals or foreign enemies, according to project leads.
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