In its first year of use, MapGive, the State Department’s open source global mapping tool, has coordinated expertise when responding to humanitarian crises.
The technology built into most smartphones can provide more sophisticated authentication than a paper drivers’ license or passport.
While the Superfish VisualDiscovery spyware found on some Lenovo PCs has damaged the company’s reputation, enterprise customers have been assured that the adware was confined to consumer notebooks.
A robust monitoring fabric will intelligently filter, correlate, normalize and deliver the appropriate traffic to the agency’s security, monitoring and management systems.
The RECOVER decision support system helps post-forest fire rehabilitation teams respond faster to damaged ecosystems.
A collation of e-government solution providers are working on open permit data standards expected to help generate new apps across the municipal enterprise.
Four months after a breach and takedown of its unclassified email networks, the State Department has not been able to rid its network of hackers.
Hyperion, which can recognize malicious software even if the specific program has not been identified as a threat, was licensed to R&K Cyber Solutions LLC of Manassas, Va.
Microsoft’s new policy makes email in the Deleted Items folder accessible indefinitely, or for as long as determined by the email administrator.
The Department of Agriculture announced highlights of its open data initiative as well goals for the next year.
In an effort to spur development of new technologies, the Food and Drug Administration said it would not regulate health apps that pose no threat to patients.
Scientists at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration are combining infrared cameras with image recognition software to automatically detect and count migrating gray whales.