Amazon Web Services designed the workbook as a framework for developing cloud architecture in the AWS Cloud that meets the FBI’s Criminal Justice Information Services standards.
Recent disruptions in legacy 911 emergency-response systems point up the urgent need for new technology, but few states or localities can afford the upgrades.
NASA’s Raven module uses sensors, machine-vision algorithms and a radiation-tolerant processing platform to automate navigation and docking.
In today’s uncertain political and budgetary climate, grants managers must improve transparency, streamline processes and leverage data-driven efficiencies.
The space agency is developing laser communication technology that will make data transmission between space and earth much faster.
With 21 standardized application programming interfaces, researchers could exchange health information among several different systems.
North Carolina’s Criminal Justice Law Enforcement Automated Data Services application is getting a responsive design and multifactor authentication.
Combining a password management program with a chipped Universal Second Factor key can create very strong passwords that users don’t need to memorize.
By combining location data with information from sensors installed on maintenance vehicles, Iowa can provide web-accessible analytics and applications to help travelers, businesses and state agencies make better decisions.
The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency wants the flexibility to tear down its cloud architecture and rebuild it every day so that would-be attackers confront a confusing operating environment.
Moving the point of mitigation from the data center to the cloud platform offloads the responsibility from an agency’s IT staff to that of the cloud provider and offers several other advantages.
Members of the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform questioned the FBI over its use of facial recognition technology.