The National Security Agency released an open source software product that automates data flows among multiple computer networks, even when data formats and protocols differ.
NIST’s 14-point draft guidance covers the federal information used for scientific research, background investigations or technology development in systems belonging to contractors, state and local governments and universities.
NIST is requesting comments on its revision of SP 800-90A, Recommendation for Random Number Generation Using Deterministic Random Bit Generators.
Dallas is installing an IP-based packet microwave radio network to enhance the responsiveness of emergency services and provide high-speed networking to other municipal departments.
A recent survey claims that most, if not all, of the rise in sophisticated, targeted attacks from the outside is due to exploitation of privileged accounts.
Developed for the 1990 population count, the Census Bureau’s TIGER data sets are still in demand as geospatial base data for new government and commercial mapping programs and applications.
New York City will install multi-function, Wi-Fi-based phone kiosks across the city offering free gigabit Wi-Fi and free domestic calls across the United States.
Data analysis software and other business intelligence tools can help create an open data portal that is both compelling and transparent, while saving time and money.
Entrust Datacard released a console that lets agencies produce a single unified identity credential for each person associated with an agency, delivered as a service.
The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency awarded 10 contracts this year in a $1.1 billion drive to expand its geospatial resources and build a one-stop shop for data and apps for the military and intelligence communities.