A quarter of states have not gotten involved in active planning for the FirstNet public safety network; more than half are collecting data to use in their planning efforts.
This week the Central United States Earthquake Consortium will test communications, situational awareness, resource management, transportation and private sector integration.
Smartphones provide a wealth of evidence for forensics investigators, but the escalating number and variety of mobile devices coupled with a growing case backlog has put digital forensics development to the test.
The demands of security and connectivity are the two major challenges confronting agencies as they roll out mobile networks, government IT executives say.
There are tools and techniques law enforcement can use to get data from a smartphone, but the question of when police can search a phone remains to be decided.
Plan X's 3D touch table and Oculus Rift will help military planners assess the cyber battlefield.
An industry analysis firm sees growth driven by advanced geospatial products and a strong demand for 3D geospatial technology.
The public will weigh in on NIST's choice of new a secure hash algorithm developed in response to advances in techniques for breaking of federal document encryption standards.
EPA is preparing a set of off-the-shelf tools to help it collect information relevant to litigation, FOIA requests or congressional inquiries.
SafeNet announced a range of high-speed encryption products to help enterprises protect sensitive data as it moves between data centers and across networks.