NIST offers practical guidance on intrusion detection and prevention systems to help counter the new breed of stealthy, targeted attacks.
The ThinkCentre M92p Tiny packs the performance of a full-size desktop on a modest physical and electrical footprints.
If a student team can build a homemade 3D printer that can produce a boat, the administration's $60 million foray into advanced manufacturing technology could hold promise.
The bureau's first public API will let developers make use of Census statistics, and let people and local governments make use of the apps developers create.
DARPA seeks proposals for new software that can scour social media and other sites to predict cyberterrorism events.
With troop drawdowns in Afghanistan, the Army will use computerized surveillance technology to improve perimeter security and help protect small units in remote outposts.
Top state IT leaders have adopted a new strategic plan aimed at putting a stronger emphasis on CIO leadership.
The Tripp Lite UPS System cuts down on wasted electricity by combining a smart power strip and UPS in one device.
It would be a shame if feds were scared away from information-rich conferences like Black Hat because of the excesses of some GSA managers.
At Black Hat, Apple's security chief gave a rare look into how the company hardens its iOS operating system.
Everything-as-a-Service has emerged in the post-personal computer era as a cost-effective, streamlined way to buy IT services and solutions.
The Massachusetts Health Insurance Connector Authority is using LexisNexis identity management software to verify the residency information of people participating in the exchange.
The NSA's chief says attacks on U.S. critical infrastructure increased 17-fold in two years, while Iran's nuclear program continues to be a target.
Phishing is the most common attack used against federal networks, so it's important to be aware of the latest techniques, even if they seem unlikely.
The Xerox ColorQube 8900X printer has great graphical capabilities, is an environmentally friendly office companion, and can anticipate your print times.