Agencies are mining data to fight fraud, but the criminals may have better algorithms.
By including security in all aspects of development and operations processes, agencies can move from a reactive to a proactive security posture.
While the threats facing emergency response systems depend on what type of infrastructure jurisdictions possess, officials can take steps to protect their networks.
A recent panel focused on government’s role in managing the risks associated with the Internet of Things.
A new report shows nearly 60 percent of respondents believe that their agency currently struggles to understand how cyberattackers can breach their systems.
Next-generation breach detection marries big-data and machine learning to deep cybersecurity expertise to maximize defense against breaches and threats.
Workspace-as-a-service platforms that incorporate desktop virtualization features are among the latest technologies to support the burgeoning government mobile workforce.
An inspector general audit reveals vulnerabilities in servers, outdated operating systems and physical and security deficiencies in the Transportation Security Administration system that connects airport security systems to central TSA servers.
A hybrid approach to network modernization can be cost-effective for agencies and deliver real improvements in capacity, availability and security.
Watson for Cyber Security will leverage the platform’s natural language processing to provide insight to threats.
Agencies are responsible for three broad areas of compliance: user management, privacy and training.
Establishing the right technology ecosystem can address agencies’ data security challenges, including how and where to store data and control access.