It may be too soon to tell, but predictive analytics offers agencies hope that they can get ahead of the threat rather than just cleaning up after the fact.
Los Angeles is connecting the city’s open datasets and services to the California Research and Education Network, upgrading accessing speed to 100 gigabits.
The Pacific Northwest National Laboratory’s agreement gives companies six months to test a technology before deciding whether to purchase a full license.
Application programming interfaces can help improve data access and quality alike, the Environmental Protection Agency's chief data scientist says.
The Federal Aviation Administration recently evaluated the FBI’s unmanned aerial system detection system in a commercial airport environment.
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.
Free & Fair’s services aim to make elections more verifiable, transparent and secure.
With a close look at applications and licensing agreements, agencies can reduce the cost of a cloud rollout.
Workspace-as-a-service platforms that incorporate desktop virtualization features are among the latest technologies to support the burgeoning government mobile workforce.
The Command Post Computing Environment aims to provide a more complete and accessible common operating picture.
An e-signature solution provides perpetually valid documents, an audit trail and identity authentication.