The National Institutes of Health is among several federal agencies offering grants for breakthrough projects showing the integration of computational and physical systems.
A new report finds that employees in the average public sector organization actually use 721 cloud services, which is 10 times more than IT departments expect.
An Equation Group threat that uses disk drive firmware to plant malware in systems points to the kind of sophisticated and hard-to-tackle menace that will increasingly be a part of black hat attacks.
The Department of Homeland Security has launched several programs to engage the public, first responders, industry representatives, academia and government officials in shaping the future of homeland security technology.
A roundtable discussion at New York University focused on how the Department of Agriculture can improve national food resiliency and protect the food supply through the use of open data.
Strike Group Defender is the Navy’s first multiplayer, game-based training program to test and evaluate personnel in surface electronic warfare.
U.S. Postal Services is looking for advanced analytics technology to help it detect fraud and conduct sensitive audits.
The Air Force’s PlugFest Plus event adds a contracting component to a technology demonstration.
Bluewolf’s Salesforce-based solution provides an end-to-end management system that helps agencies streamline manual processes associated with administering unemployment insurance.
In order for body cameras to deliver on their full potential, local law enforcement agencies must grapple with a substantial increase in the amount of video footage that needs to be processed, stored and accessed for both internal and external use.