OnCourse, a software as a service provider for the K-12 education market, contracts for analytics-based defensive services following a series of denial-of-service attacks.
The Dell SuperMassive 9200 roots out malicious programs -- even when half the traffic is SSL-encrypted.
After 20 years of talk and preparation, the deployment of the next generation of Internet Protocols appears to be slowly gaining traction, according to a recent survey.
GCN's 2013 Hall of Fame honoree partnered with defense ministries around the world, transforming the iCollege into a global hub while strengthening core graduate programs.
The latest version of System Mechanic cleans out the clutter, boosts performance and gives users control over how their PCs work.
Reducing costs, improving security, boosting efficiency are the top priorities for federal, state and local agencies, according to a Cisco survey.
The Homeland Security Information Network was in danger of cancellation until refocused project management enabled the launch of a more secure platform for sharing sensitive information across federal, state and local agencies, as well as the private sector.
The Defense Department's Self-Service Logon system met a growing need for authenticated access to defense websites by service members and their families unable to use the Common Access Card.
An Air Force Academy team has won a finalist spot in an international cybersecurity contest for the third year in a row, continuing a record of success in hacking competitions.
The FedRAMP-authorized platform was selected by SecureKey Technologies to provide cloud services for the authentication infrastructure.
Building on the government's Security Content Automation Protocol, a working group is developing a set of international standards for automating the job of assessing and monitoring the security of IT systems.
The latest GAO report on IT security shows "mixed progress" in implementing required security programs, citing inadequate reporting metrics and a focus on regulatory compliance as the culprits.