DHS chooses GrammaTech for software analysis tools for cyber security of critical infrastructure
August 12, 2019 / John Keller
U.S. homeland security experts needed software-assurance tools to provide cyber security for critical infrastructure like energy, transportation, and banking. They found their solution from GrammaTech Inc. in Ithaca, N.Y. Officials of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (DHS) in Washington announced plans Friday to award a new contract to GrammaTech for the Static Tool Analysis Modernization Project (STAMP) project. The goal of STAMP is to modernize software analysis tools to improve performance and coverage, seamlessly to integrate and support integration and operational environments, and provide more accurate analysis of results by reducing false-positives and provide more visibility into false-negatives. STAMP is designed to create new techniques that advance the state-of-the-art capabilities found in software analysis tools and will help address the risks posed by the increasing use of software.