The technology that underpins the Bitcoin crytocurrency has the potential to power all sorts of innovative government services.
The static networks of old aren’t built to address evolving threats. They must be replaced by highly portable and distributed networks that can anticipate the next potential threat.
A Science and Technology Directorate research project proves that reducing the risk of third-party applications is not such a remote possibility.
A Tripwire study also found that 88 percent of IT professionals think such hacks would pose a threat to public safety.
As the U.S. outlines new rules for driverless car development and safety, Chinese researchers uncover vulnerabilities that can be exploited from 12 miles away.
Apple's exclusive bug bounty program is one that federal agencies -- particularly the most risk-averse -- could embrace.
Although states have strengthened their defenses against hackers and cybercriminals who attack their computer networks, officials admit they’re not fully prepared for increasingly complex threats that could expose the personal information of their residents.
HHS' low-cost, open-source 2FA solution protects users who connect to GrantSolutions.gov -- and is poised to do even more.
The real emphasis, according to Assistant Secretary of Cybersecurity and Communications Andy Ozment, should be on building in cybersecurity "from the get-go" on the next generation of systems.
Although cybersecurity is being woven into the fabric of government, it’s not appropriately funded, a new survey from NASCIO and Deloitte finds.
The state plans to engage technology vendors to help businesses and state agencies use blockchain technology to distribute, share, and save ledgers and contracts.
Organizations are not monitoring data movement in the most vulnerable places, a new McAfee Labs Threats Report suggests.