The Cyber Investigator Certification Program can help law enforcement officers improve their handling of digital evidence.
Boston releases the code behind its recently redesigned website so that developers can contribute improvements and other cities can build their own sites from it.
The Los Angeles Integrated Security Operations Center consolidates more than 200 million log records from across 41 departments every 24 hours.
The Water and Sewer Authority in Washington, D.C., uses Esri services in the Microsoft Azure cloud to improve inspection management.
Besides helping agencies track vehicle performance, telematics can help fleet managers meet federal mandates that require greenhouse gas emissions reductions of 15 percent by 2020.
Travis County, Texas, is working to combine the convenience of electronic voting and the record of paper ballots into one system.
With more government services facing potential cyberthreats, the Department of Homeland Security is working to lower the risk and impact of potential telephone system-based attacks on 911 call centers.
MetroLab@Newark brings the city and academia together with private businesses to develop new smart city tech, like the BrandNewark smart kiosk.
A new report outlines a range of vulnerabilities, infiltration points and tactics that could be used to undermine credibility in an election or even manipulate the results.
City leaders need real-time visibility across their entire project portfolio to help them better plan, build and operate their smart city.
OpenPGC provides real-time insights into everything from how the approved operating budget is being spent to how long customer service representatives are taking to answer and resolve 311 service requests.
An artificial-intelligence-powered sensor network will better managing the timing of traffic lights and crosswalk signals.
A panel of election technology experts point to projects in California and Texas counties that are developing secure, auditable systems.
The second phase of Washington’s PA2040 smart-city project will extend to trash cans, parking, environmental sensing and public safety technology.
The Barnstable Police Department thwarts ransomware attacks with technology that more frequently and inexpensively copies and stores its data.