The National Institute of Standards and Technology wants feedback on draft requirements for standardizing lightweight cryptography for internet-of-things devices.
The unprecedented security risks posed by artificial intelligence and machine learning demand an array of technological, legal and policy countermeasures, a new report says.
To fight the rising tide of illegal drugs flowing into the country, Customs and Border Patrol agents are using lighter handheld, non-intrusive detection technology.
As fog computing has evolved to manage internet of things communications, the National Institute of Standards and Technology offers some definitions and context.
The Smart Cities Council has selected five locations as the winners of the 2018 Readiness Challenge.
The Army Research Lab is exploring technology that enhances collaboration between autonomous agents and human warriors on the battlefield.
As the internet of things expands, the number of devices that must be secured is skyrocketing.
Home users may choose to take on the risk, but should the federal government?
DARPA wants a real-time detection system to sniff out chemical, biological, nuclear or other potential threats.
The sheer volume of data generated by internet-of-things devices requires modern and efficient platforms that can maximize the data insights to ensure a safer population.
Putting labels on secure internet-of-things devices would reassure buyers that the products meet industry-leading cybersecurity and data security standards.
A new draft report aims to help policymakers, managers and others find common ground for securing the internet of things.