Experts say the country's decentralized infrastructure might be less vulnerable than Iran's, but it could also make response more difficult.
DISA is launching efforts to improve content delivery services and provide additional storage capacity to military users.
Getting data cleaned up and in and out of the cloud must be driven by a defined process and deliverable schedule.
Instead of just reporting on public-sector data, shops should be exploring it. This is particularly true in government, where very large data sets can benefit from cutting-edge visual data exploration technologies.
The facial analysis technology that helps the CIA and TSA identify threats helps political analysts predict presidential campaigns.
The administration's plans to shut down wasteful federal websites has already claimed the Fiddling Foresters, but are there 999 more like it?
Global IP traffic will approach the zettabyte range by 2015, and wireless systems will carry a majority of the load, according to a Cisco report.
The intelligence community has a few data-mining and data analysis systems in place that make life easier for analysts who must wade through vast amounts of data to identify threats.
The court that reviews the FBI’s requests for secret electronic surveillance of U.S. residents granted 100 percent of them in 2010, raising concerns that it’s merely rubber-stamping the requests.
The Defense Intelligence Information Enterprise represents a formal system of exploitation, analysis, production and dissemination of intelligence across the Defense Department and intelligence agencies.
The CIA now makes all sorts of data available to more than 100,000 authorized users through its Worldwide Intelligence Review.
Transportation wants to build a virtual portal so agencies can share data for regional transportation decision-making, according to a new RFI.