The National Institute of Standards and Technology outlines its early recommendations for how modern manufacturing can be secured via blockchain.
With young urban renters unlikely to respond to nudges by mail, phone or strangers at the door, the Census Bureau is developing social media and other internet publicity that will encourage potential respondents to log in and fill out a form.
The executive order appears designed to prepare the federal government for what many experts believe will be a global race for AI dominance.
By tapping into standards-based micromobility data in cloud exchanges, cities get information to better plan infrastructure improvements and residents services.
Contractors vying for the Defense Department's $8 billion back-office cloud contract won't have to be certified to host classified data on the date of the award, the General Services Administration says.
A $20.7 million infusion from the Technology Modernization Fund will allow GSA to move payroll operations out of its data center and to a cloud-based solution.
A Food and Drug Administration pilot is looking for technologies to verify and trace prescription drugs.
Two senators want to know the national security risks of allowing federal employees to use some foreign-made browsers and virtual private networks on government smartphones and computers.
As easy targets with high value, cities often fall victim to phishing attacks launched from common applications, such as Acrobat Reader, Microsoft Word and Chrome.
Today’s attackers use tools far more sophisticated than malware and viruses, blending techniques and relying heavily on social engineering.
Sign up for our newsletter.