The Department of Homeland Security conducted unauthorized cyber scans of election systems in Indiana and Idaho, state officials said.
Researchers are helping Chattanooga get more localized measurements of airborne particulates.
Research into grid security is moving toward systematically analyzing the risks inherent in critical systems and methodically defending against each of them.
Cross-disciplinary IT services, connectivity and smart lighting are among the top 10 growth areas in government contracting, according to a new market research report.
A group of state officials formally opposed the move by DHS to protect their systems through a critical infrastructure designation.
Broadband access is not enough to engage rural citizens; supporting and encouraging internet use is vital to addressing the persistent digital divide, a new study shows.
Using computer vision and advanced analytics, Hitachi’s video analytics software aims to improve privacy and decrease false positives.
The Department of Homeland Security is inviting manufacturers of commercial GPS receivers used in critical infrastructure to test their equipment in a live-sky spoofing environment.
The lessons learned from the early builder projects help FirstNet evaluate technical standards and capabilities, test new equipment and refine plans for future rollouts.
Because the need for software is outpacing developers’ ability to provide it, agencies are opting for low-code platforms to help non-developers create applications.
Federal IT managers must learn to live with four ghosts that haunt the uptake of cloud services.
Safety and Justice Challenge grant winners are working to address local justice disparities through innovative reforms.