A new report analyzes the quality of software built with open source components and offers recommendations on how to ensure the quality of application development.
The National Telecommunications and Information Administration is asking for input on guidelines for states building and funding their own networks.
California is overhauling the way it collects information for its massive cancer database in the hope of improving how patients are treated for the disease.
The company’s software gets a nod from DISA, and its AtHoc crisis communication platform will be deployed in the Senate and expanded in the Coast Guard.
This year’s Cyber Grand Challenge will be the first all-computer hacking tournament where machines will try to find and fix bugs in real time.
Market forces and the fear of liability may ultimately make the voluntary guidelines the de facto standard for public- and private-sector cybersecurity.
StormSense, a new flood forecasting project, will give emergency managers in coastal towns flood predictions so accurate that residents can be notified if they need to move their car one street over.
NASA and the U.S. Agency for International Development opened another SERVIR center in West Africa, where data from space will help local officials manage climate-sensitive, region-specific issues.
Software developed by Duke University researchers lets users of camera-equipped devices specify what others can see, preventing inadvertent disclosure of restricted information.
A much-improved version of the cryptographic building block lacks FIPS 140-2 validation, but SafeLogic is stepping in to change that.