State public health agencies are turning to more advanced analytics in turning simple immunization registries into engines of population health management.
IID's ActiveTrust threat sharing platform combines social networking with binding contracts to create a secure environment in which agencies and enterprises feel comfortable sharing information about cyberthreats.
Government transportation safety planners are experimenting with ways to crowdsource the collection of data on traffic and road conditions, including trading information with consumers and tapping cellular networks to map real-time traffic flows.
A California legislator has proposed a cellphone kill switch to curb rapid rise in smartphone thefts. Arguments against it just don't hold water.
Massachusetts' health info exchange helps providers locate, request and retrieve medical records from other participating providers on a secure, interconnected system.
Data analysis software firm Splunk offers subscription pricing to the higher education community and announces security and enterprise IT monitoring apps.
The market for hardware-rooted security for mobile devices is on the rise as anti-virus and other traditional software methods fail to meet tougher requirements from government and security-sensitive businesses.
The Transportation Department announced plans for a nationwide vehicle safety network, but it left open the role smartphone technology would play as a more efficient and inexpensive means of traffic data collection.
Governments are publishing best-practices guides for implementing open data.
The more secure laptop could also reduce costs, improve energy efficiency and ease deployment and administration.