Despite the growth of advanced threats, there's still plenty of old-school, low-imagination spam going around.
Online database will create a one-stop shop for the public to search more than 600,000 entities for information about government contractors and grantees.
Officers on the street can access the Criminal Justice Law Enforcement Automated Data Services database from their smart phones and tablets in seconds.
The cyber maneuver technology would randomize configurations and other aspects of a network to fool and foil intruders.
Senators' claims that critical infrastructure is vulnerable to a "few keystrokes" belie its resilience and obscure the real threats.
The ViewSonic VA2451m LED has all the advantages of a 24-inch monitor but with the power consumption of a smaller display.
Illinois center will include more military commands, educational institutions and other federal agencies.
Cities.data.gov features data sets from Chicago, Seattle, New York and San Francisco.
More than simply replacing Hotmail, the service puts just about every working function you need into one place.
NEC's 22-inch EA223WM-BK LCD combines good performance with the lowest power use of any monitor the lab has tested.
The systems, which can capture up to thousands of images per hour, are increasingly popular with police but are raising privacy conerns.
Esri's GIS public information maps will be made accessible on Microsoft's cloud-based disaster portal.
People have spent 6 million years of man-hours playing World of Warcraft. NOAA's Eric Hackathorn wonders: "What if we put that effort towards something real?"
The Basic Input/Output System that boots a computer could be an attractive target for sophisticated exploits, and the complexity of servers creates specific challenges that NIST addresses in new security guidelines.
Just 56 percent of federal executives said IT helps support their daily operations.