Malware innovators are evading automated analysis, forcing agencies to secure virtual machines and networks as completely as other classic IT.
The National Nuclear Security Administration recently tested the RadResponder network, which provides data collection and sharing tools for federal, state, local, tribal and territorial organizations responding to radiological emergencies.
With open-source Drupal as the foundation of a defense-in-depth strategy, agency IT managers can analyze and identify potential threat vectors, including internal and external threats.
The company’s publishing platform will give agencies intelligence on enterprise content that will help them improve efficiency, increase security and reduce costs.
General Dynamics will set up an IP-based system that prepares Massachusetts to add new technologies, including smart phones, texting, video and web services, to its first-response arsenal.
New image analysis law enforcement tools supported by the International Center for Missing and Exploited Children speed the review of evidence and help agencies focus on victims of child abuse.
The University of New Mexico will conduct field tests of recovery solutions for cyber-infrastructure backbone attacks from weapons of mass destruction and other real-world threats.
Unisys’s desktop as a service offering is designed to help CIOs manage costs by mixing virtual desktops and managed services.
Baltimore is one of the latest cities to install automated meters to collect precise data on utility usage in an effort to provide more accurate billing, increase efficiency and reduce waste.
The state of Maryland will replace and consolidate its legacy, on-premise human resources software with a unified system from Workday.