An insecure IT supply chain can present as much risk to agencies as an insider exfiltrating data, according to security experts.
Agencies’ different interests in threat tracking, mitigation and prosecution can make it difficult for them to share information related to cyber attacks.
IT managers can improve data security by taking a page from how the health care community prevents, tracks down and resolves public health problems.
Researchers found a way to reduce the likelihood of a successful election hack by using game theory to predict targets combined with random audits that make it harder for an attacker to change an election result without detection.
Taser International rebrands and moves to corner the body-worn camera market. But the cost considerations for local departments don't go away.
IDC’s four-stage taxonomy aims to help stakeholders understand the full scope of digital transformation efforts.
MFT provides higher levels of automation, transparency, control and security while increasing efficiency and lowering operating costs.
Hackers can be categorized by the essential and universal traits they share, a developer says.
The proposed State Cyber Resiliency Act would create a dedicated grant program to help states protect themselves against cybersecurity threats and better identify, detect, respond to and recover from attacks.
The Salesforce Service Cloud Einstein is helping Denver’s 311 service automatically classify and escalate calls as they come in.
Through incremental cloud adoption, agencies can find out what solutions fit best.
Data-driven government that meets citizen demands while keeping budgets in check is top of mind for Utah’s CTO Dave Fletcher.