Government IT managers can help protect their agencies, its devices and the critical infrastructure by ensuring security is baked into connected systems.
Samsung Knox devices have been added to the NSA’s Commercial Solutions for Classified Program Component list.
The move is designed to increase the security of financial transactions by requiring the use of microchip-enabled credit, debit and other payment cards by agencies.
States are turning to inventory management tools to help provide the data they need to tax, regulate and finance new retail marijuana businesses.
By applying gaming elements to its websites, Hawaii has boosted citizens’ use of online services by as much as 20 percent.
The recent SandWorm report on cyber espionage against NATO highlights the need for strategies such as the cyber kill chain to detect and disable stealthy, zero-day threats before they bleed you dry.
The public sector IT community turns out to honor IT projects and leaders who showed exceptional creativity and determination in building systems that drove savings and performance in 2014.
GoldDisk Plus reduces the cost and effort of starting and maintaining compliant systems in the Amazon cloud environment.
DARPA asks researchers to submit proposals for SafeWare, a new approach to code obfuscation that makes software nearly impossible to attack.
CIA chief information officer Doug Wolfe ushers in an era of cloud computing to the intelligence community, offering powerful new tools for rapid data integration and analytics.
Shortly after the Heartbleed bug caused a panic in security circles, along comes something which could be even more serious and the reaction seems to be one big yawn.
As FireEye's global government liaison, Tony Cole brings governments the technology and insights to thwart a new generation of motivated attackers.
Detectives and information security professionals can learn not only from each other’s best practices, but also from tactics each follow to ensure they are avoiding common mistakes.
University of Georgia’s private cloud deployment saved it more than $7.5 million compared to public cloud hosting, and Virginia’s focus on two significant attack vectors helped it reduce the frequency of the malware incidents.