It's not called the "iPad 3," but it features some significant upgrades under the hood and on the screen.
In the last two years Oklahoma has saved nearly $40 million from consolidating technology projects and systems in 120 different agencies.
The MIME standard for e-mail content, launched in March 1992, changed Internet communications from plain-text messaging to a multimedia workhorse.
Updated roadmap adds 22 technical standards to the first release from two years ago, which FERC said wasn’t ready for adoption.
The bill, introduced in opposition to legislation proposed by Sen. Joe Lieberman, places no requirements on the private sector for securing critical infrastructure.
The agency joins the march away from RIM products, which were once ubiquitous in government.
A lack of transparent oversight of the agency charged with snooping on foreign communications makes it a poor choice for handling domestic security.
The agency is looking at new information processing and networking technologies to dramatically reduce the time it takes to analyze data.
With billions of dollars being invested a smart electric grid, its security still is being debated by a Congress divided politically over the role of government in securing critical infrastructure.
The need to adopt the next generation of Internet Protocols in networks has made IPv6 a hot topic for the first time at this premier security conference.
This year, the number of mobile-connected devices will exceed the world's population, according to a new forecast, continuing a trend that will help push global mobile data traffic to 10 exabytes by 2016.
Defense Deputy Secretary Ashton B. Carter calls for support of greater info sharing between government and the private sector at the 2012 RSA Conference.
The agency disabled thousands of Global Positioning Tracking devices to comply with a recent Supreme Court ruling that such searches require a warrant.
PowerBroker Desktops checks for policy violations in each outgoing e-mail and prevents unwarranted data from leaving a single computer.
Governments need to harmonize their policies on privacy, cybersecurity and five other areas to support the flow of data across borders, according to a BSA study that ranks 24 countries' preparedness.