oLabs

Pushing the Boundaries of Innovation

Every solution starts as an idea. We created oLabs as a groundbreaking way to turn ideas into real impact. We’re tackling the nation’s most complex challenges, and we want you to be a part of it. Have a look around.

What We Do

We view challenges as opportunities. At oLabs, our teams of highly specialized experts come together to solve issues that matter in an environment free of constraints and empowered to push the limits. Leveraging a unique process, we generate tangible prototypes to real problems. We’ve already developed solutions for customers including the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, U.S. Patent and Trademark Office, and National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency, among others.

Innovation Areas

Explore our focus areas to see how we can help
you tackle even your most complex challenges.

Manage risk and gain insight like never before and automate, optimize, and secure your most sensitive processes.

Be at the forefront of the new era of autonomous digital encryption and commerce.

Project Spotlight

Emerging Technologies and Blockchain Used to Help Improve HHS’ Security Posture

Our team recently completed a blockchain proof of concept for the Department of Health and Human Services’ (HHS) Division of Acquisition. This project proved the viability of blockchain as a solution for securing log transactions in support of national security reporting requirements and for creating “as-a-service” node solutions that federal agencies can use to verify their log files.

The test case for this project involved the Department of Homeland Security’s Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation (CDM) program, which is part of the Federal Government’s deployment of Information Security Continuous Monitoring (ISCM). The CDM program requires agencies to submit log files and other elements for security risk analysis. Log files are an essential component of the CDM process, but can be easily manipulated or corrupted, which weakens them as an investigative resource. Under this contract, Octo proved how blockchain inherently protects the integrity of log files by ensuring their immutability and provenance. Octo cataloged all log files into encrypted “log transactions” in a blockchain ledger that showed when log files were created, changed, or deleted. This proof of concept proved that blockchain both supports the objectives of the CDM program and improves HHS’ security posture. Given the distributed nature of this blockchain proof of concept, it also acts as a service that any agency can leverage by standing up its own network node.

Prototype Inquiries

Your mission is too important for hypothetical conversations or lackluster ideas. At oLabs, we don’t want to talk about solutions — we want to show you one. Regardless of your objectives, our team will deliver a tangible prototype to help you realize your outcomes. Contact us to learn more.

Work at oLabs

We’re on the lookout for motivated individuals who aren’t afraid of big ideas. Are you ready to push the boundaries of what’s possible?
Join our culture of innovation and apply today.

Learn More About oLabs

Our purpose is simple: solve through innovation. Contact our team to learn more about partnership opportunities or for general inquiries.

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