• 4 tough questions (and answers) about orchestration

    Security orchestration is about integrating and automating the entire cybersecurity ecosystem of information-gathering and enforcement products so IT teams can protect networks, systems and devices.

  • smart military base

    DOD makes plans to support emerging tech on base

    The Pentagon wants to take advantage of emerging technologies, but lawmakers raised concerns that the military's base and depot infrastructure may be challenged to support that innovation.

  • API (lfa Photo/Shutterstock.com)

    Securing government APIs

    As application programming interfaces are deployed to the cloud, automation ensures they operate securely in ephemeral serverless architectures, containers or microservices.

  • AREA Sandtable (DHS S&T/YouTube)

    Digital sandtable helps CBP visualize terrain

    The Augmented Reality Sandtable creates a 3D map of any given terrain so agents can gain situational awareness ahead of missions.

  • cloud-based security (Omelchenko/Shutterstock.com)

    How TIC 3.0 enables modernization

    The latest generation of the Trusted Internet Connection will make it easier for agencies to modernize as they move to the Enterprise Infrastructure Solutions telecommunications contract.

  • pentagon cloud puzzle

    AWS JEDI protest points at Trump

    Amazon Web Services' protest of the Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure cloud contract award to Microsoft will likely center around allegations of political influence.

  • responder vehicles at night (GregDPhotos/Shutterstock.com)

    5G First Responder Lab taps 5 more public safety innovators

    The program identifies companies working on lifesaving technology and gives them three months of access to Verizon 5G Ultra Wideband technology to develop, test and refine their solutions for public safety.

  • voting (Alexandru Nika/Shutterstock.com)

    CISA partners on risk-limiting audit software for election systems

    The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency announced it is partnering with VotingWorks to further develop and pilot the organization's open-source election risk-limiting audit tool called Arlo.

  • bullet holes (Tymonko Galyna/Shutterstock.com)

    System uses video from 3 phones to find shooters

    Researchers have developed a system that can accurately locate shooters based on video recordings from as few as three smartphones.

  • IT workers

    Federal 100 nominations are now open

    The annual awards – now in their 31st year -- honor the individuals in the federal IT community who have gone far beyond their assigned duties to make a difference.

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