The Department of Homeland Security has developed teams of subject-matter experts to provide program managers with mission-specific support.
Most of the exposures came from agency contractor or business partner sites or from employees using their government email accounts to register for web-based services, according to security threat analyst Recorded Future.
The Sidekick project aims to give astronauts earthbound expert assistance when and where they need it.
Fleet management apps at the General Services Administration and State Department give agencies real-time data integration between the field and home office.
NOAA is harnessing the potential of the cloud – and the innovation of the private sector – to deliver its enormous troves of data to the public.
A recent Brookings Institute report highlights the challenges governments can expect from widespread adoption of new technologies such as autonomous vehicles and artificial intelligence.
Developed by a researcher at the Army Research Lab, the new user interface will help intelligence analysts more quickly search, filter and detect patterns in visual media.
Imagery is important, but the Department of Homeland Security is mainly focused on transactional data and the geospatial clues in cyberattacks.
The push to put processing power on the network’s edge can be a valuable complement to cloud computing.
US-CERT warns feds to look carefully before clicking on those emails about identity-protection services.