The Government Accountability Office selected 10 systems that have unsupported hardware and software, are using outdated languages or operating with known security vulnerabilities.
Moving nearly 100 agencies and more than 36,000 employees to Google’s G Suite cloud-based office productivity solution has helped the state consolidate and modernize systems.
Images of travelers and license plates crossing the border were stolen when hackers breached the network of a Customs and Border Protection subcontractor.
As 5G starts to roll out, cities are laying the groundwork to take advantage of the technology. But not everyone is a fan.
AWS CEO calls for federal regulation of facial recognition technology and the National Institute of Standards and Technology issues a report on hypervisor vulnerabilities.
Geospatial data can become personally identifiable information, so cities must reconcile the competing goals of access and privacy with the need to securely share data, a new report says.
It's becoming almost impossible to untangle U.S. supply chain security policy from other political and economic issues at play, particularly when dealing with China, cybersecurity experts say.
MTD makes a defender a more difficult target, reduces the need for threat detection and enables scalable security.
The Coastal Inundation Dashboard combines data from 200 coastal water-level stations into one web-based tool to help local decision-makers get real time information on an approaching storms as well as insights into longer-term risks like high-tide flooding and sea-level rise.
The Federal Aviation Administration has approved key commercial unmanned aircraft projects and expanded drone research and integration programs.
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