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Proposal Number: HSHQDC-17-R-00010-H-SB017.1-003-0003-II
Proposal Title: A Layered Service Provider/Customer Approach to Call Spoofing
Topic Number: H-SB017.1-003
Phase: Phase II
Topic Title: Do Not Spoof Services for Modern Telephony
Organization: SecureLogix
Address: 13750 San Pedro
San Antonio, TX 78232-0002  
Abstract: Our proposed solution is based upon three primary concepts. First, we define the Authentication Engine, which is a cloud-based service that is passed simple information about a call, masks the complexity of using a variety of techniques to detect spoofing or authenticate the caller, and returns a score and actionable category for a very wide variety of scenarios. Second, we are making heavy use of information and Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) from our service provider subcontractor, Verizon. SecureLogix proposes to team with Verizon, who by many measures is the largest domestic service provider and clearly the largest service provider for the US government. Thirdly, we will deliver a prototype using our PolicyGuru solution, which can utilize the Authentication Engine with granular polices across multiple types of large government and enterprise environments. In summary, the Authentication Engine will make spoofing detection and authentication capability widely available to any customer, leverage information from Verizon, and also leverage our ability to implement granular policy. This approach will support 911, government users, enterprises, and also mobile devices.
Award/Contract Number: 70RSAT18C00000011
Period of Performance: 06/15/2018 - 06/14/2020
Award/Contract Value: $599,801.00
Award/Obligated Amount: $599,801.00