“If This Then That” is a social media service that combines 166 channels such as Twitter, RSS and Android and iOS location services into “recipes” that can integrate government social media, data, location-based services and the Internet of Things.
The key to enhancing mobile security is combining a secure digital identity with a second authentication factor such as a PIN or fingerprint to let employees use their devices to authenticate themselves for physical and digital access.
Louisiana Tech and the University of San Diego have launched programs to support public-private cybersecurity research and build a cyber-savvy workforce.
Moving to the cloud might have less of an impact than you might imagine. Data will continue to be secure, applications will continue to perform in generally the same way and job security will not change.
The Army plans to further incorporate the standard for Vehicular Integration for C4ISR Interoperability into its emerging and legacy fleet platforms.
Boston is using Tableau Software to speed up inspection processes and improve government operations.
The U.S. Computer Emergency Readiness Team collaborates with other federal agencies and industry to quickly disseminate cyber threat alerts.
NIST has proposed two new building blocks to improve email security and to provide security services based on personal identity verification (PIV) credentials through mobile devices.
Following recent cyber breaches, U.S. CIO Tony Scott ordered a cybersecurity sprint to rapidly evaluate problem areas. As that 30-day dash comes to a close, experts weigh in on the likely outcomes.
The Department of Homeland Security expands its FedVTE program, giving state, local, tribal and territorial government employees free access to cybersecurity training.