Researchers are attempting to harden computer-vision algorithms against adversarial attacks by teaching them to recognize small details in the scene that are absent or altered.
As the National Security Agency works to broaden its cloud-based telework capabilities, it is expanding capabilities within Microsoft Office 365 to support unclassified activities.
By adding artificial intelligence to robotic process automation, agencies can accelerate the ability of RPA to complete a multitude of tasks at once, which is particularly helpful when analyzing large swaths of data.
GPU-accelerated virtual workstations allow scientists to continue working with massive datasets from almost anywhere.
COVIDWISE is the first statewide deployment of the COVID-19 exposure notifications system application programming interface jointly created by Apple and Google.
In the face of unprecedented challenges this year, many election officials say most issues can simply be addressed with sufficient political will.
The nation’s energy grid should be tested for cyber vulnerabilities, lawmakers say, especially in light of the new challenges posed by the COVID-19 outbreak and reports of foreign adversaries targeting the nation’s critical infrastructure.
In a cybersecurity advisory, the National Security Agency warned mobile device users that they could be inadvertently revealing their location and risking missions.
Enrolling agency employees in a financial triggers program can strengthen continuous vetting and insider threat programs while substantially reducing the amount of data that requires analysis.
The open-source model gives developers tools to manage, search and analyze various data types in real-time, and that gives IT leaders the visibility to implement a data-first strategy to deal with COVID-19.
The approach could provide more accurate medium-term hurricane forecasts, allowing meteorologists to issue more timely warnings to communities in the path of potentially deadly storms.
As agencies adopt multi- and hybrid-cloud environments, they should consider an as-a-service model with zero trust network access as their foundation for secure access.
Both the Department of Homeland Security and the Defense Information Systems Agency are considering cloud-based systems that will help them improve the way they manage Freedom of Information Act requests.
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