The Department of Homeland Security (DHS), Science & Technology Directorate (S&T) presents their video short on the DETER Testbed, also known as DeterLab.

DETER allows for cybersecurity researchers from around the globe to run their cyber experiments – test, evaluate response, and discover ‘best solutions’ – in a self-contained virtual Internet lab that is representative of the complexity and scale of the actual Internet.

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Watch and listen to testimonials from the following leaders and researchers in Cybersecurity that speak to DETER’s value.

Terry Benzel – Deputy Division Director, Internet and Networked Systems, USC Information Sciences Institute / DETER Principal Investigator
Luke Berndt – Former DETER Program Manager, DHS S&T Cyber Security Division
Sandy Clark – Researcher, University of Pennsylvania
Drew Dean – Former SAFER Program Manager, DARPA
Daniel Ellard – Senior Network Scientist, Raytheon BBN Technologies Corp
Cliff Neuman – Director, USC Center for Computer System Security

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