BlackBerry Classic returns to the old form factor and includes BlackBerry Balance, the technology that allows personal and work data to reside in separate partitions on the device.
Mobile app management can help government IT pros who want to take advantage of the savings mobile apps bring but still need to secure the enterprise.
The technology used to control access to nuclear weapons could secure other applications that use encoded protection, such as communications and the IT supply chain.
The Department of Homeland Security will explore developing an environment for automated cybersecurity and shared situational awareness.
University of Michigan researchers have formed a group to establish a new HTTPS certificate authority and support their aim to ‘reinvent’ Internet security.
The DOD research agency wants to develop techniques for seeing more deeply into today’s opaque networks to more effectively combat advanced persistent threats.
The Department of Energy’s CIO office built an EA toolset to ensure aging servers and software assets don’t become enterprise vulnerabilities.
Combining a hardware-secured device with a PIN or biometrics can deliver more security and ease of use.
NIST’s 14-point draft guidance covers the federal information used for scientific research, background investigations or technology development in systems belonging to contractors, state and local governments and universities.
Entrust Datacard released a console that lets agencies produce a single unified identity credential for each person associated with an agency, delivered as a service.
Dell and CGI announced a joint venture to offer virtual desktop, business analytics and identity management services to government and enterprise customers.
Unauthorized software not only increases the attack surface for adversaries, but it also hampers IT managers’ ability to fully secure their assets. Here are eight ways to get unauthorized software under control.