By addressing weaknesses in human factors, agencies can reduce their attack surface and make every employee a soldier in the battle against cyberattacks.
Hacks of phone-based fingerprint readers and facial recognition software underscore the need for multifactor identification.
Biobots can be dispatched into damaged buildings or other hazardous environments to collect data.
Although mainstream quantum computing is still years off, agencies are starting to experiment with D-Wave machines for optimization problems.
Cities are looking for open and secure solutions to help enable smart city development, according to a new report from IDC.
The Pentagon's Defense Innovation Unit Experimental released a how-to guide explaining how Defense organizations can take advantage of “other transactions.”
An animated White House will appear on any $1 bill when viewed with the new 1600 app.
Agencies believe that using social media to showcase the more interesting aspects of government work can help recruit the next-generation workforce.
The state's new Daily Crash Prediction Map calculates the likelihood of collisions occurring in a specific area based on weather, traffic and road conditions.
To highlight the nation's biggest and most urgent cybersecurity issues, a new 100-page report calls for an all-hands-on-deck approach to addressing cyber risks.