Technologists also discuss role in security, spurring innovation and how the industry can help lead the U.S. economy out of the recession.
The exposure of the Transportation Security Administration's operations manual will likely prompt agnecies to review the National Security Agency's guidance on how to safely redact information from documents posted to the Web.
The challenge of the explosive growth of social networking apps is that many can expose an organization's network to new forms of risks, according to a new report.
The State Department is experimenting with role-playing games for mobile devices to pursue its public diplomacy agenda.
In an effort to balance the needs of Internet carriers and content providers, FCC proposes rules that would limit the ability of carriers to interfere with network traffic for business purposes, while not interfering with legitimate network management or emergency communications.
The Center for Applied Identity Management Research, an organization of industry, academic and government representatives, is building a road map for improving how we determine just who we are and who we are dealing with when online.
Although the Social Security Administration's IT infrastructure is providing reliable service to state and federal agencies, internal pressures and continued growth in demand for data make planning for the future imperative, GAO says.
The Defense Interoperability Test Command has certified a records management module from Alfresco that runs in the background of each user's computer, rather than running as a separate application.
The first specifications for the Government IPv6 test program are being released by NIST for a 30-day comment period.
A cyber intelligence and security company claims that vendors have underreported phishing attacks in recent reports by focusing only on traditional delivery vehicles.
Although Twitter, texting and instant messaging make shortened URLs convenient, when you are clicking on a link, what you can’t see can hurt you.
If the projects honored with the year's GCN Awards have anything in common, it is the increasing degree to which information systems are connecting more seamlessly to other systems in new and sometimes innovative ways.