The Federal CIO Council, together with ACT-IAC, has updated its IPv6 roadmap to help agencies meet looming deadlines for new Internet Protocols.
The pilot program expands the city's public wireless access, with costs being covered by the pay phone providers.
There are risks to setting up an unsecured wireless hub, apparently including police attacking your home.
A research team shows DHS and FAA how spoofing unencrypted GPS signals lets them take over drones in flight, potentially turning them into weapons.
Lockheed Martin's approach is to identify the steps a hacker would need to take to gain access and then prepare for each of them.
A focus on streamlining systems and delivering constituent services can help agency initiatives succeed in rocky times, a company executive says.
Many organizations mistakenly think that traditional IT infrastructures can support mobile security, experts say.
A new interpreting service lets government users access translators in 170 languages around the clock from their mobile devices.
The commission has had to increase the pool of ID codes for devices, from cell phones to security tags, and is considering new ways to approve them.
A two-pronged initiative aims to accelerate development and deployment of ultra-fast networks and the applications to use them.
The updated special publication offers guidance on countering threats to devices using Bluetooth, some versions of which provide only limited security.
The publication of more than 2,000 potential new generic top-level domains begins a new era for the Internet.
Riverside was honored for its project to build a fiber network throughout the city.
Agency's CTO says mobile devices can allow for better productivity, increased data sharing with the public, support for BYOD, and even crowdsourcing app development.
Despite growing competition from Android and Apple, RIM says its security, support for BYOD policies and cross-platform management services appeal to agencies.