Rudimentary, easily exploitable software vulnerabilities are the most common ways bad actors get into systems and networks, a national security expert says.
The $4 million joint endeavor aims to reduce transportation costs, improve public safety and deliver faster services. It is also intended to serve as a model for future smart military installations nationally.
The Department of Veterans Affairs plans to use adaptive controllers in gaming sessions designed to assist mental and physical rehabilitation and improve socialization for veterans with limited mobility.
When developing artificial intelligence and machine learning applications, agencies must ensure that the IT infrastructure is purpose-built, AI-ready and can scale on demand.
DroneAid uses visual recognition to detect and count SOS icons on the ground from drone video streams and automatically plots the emergency needs on a map for first responders.
The 10-pound, ruggedized version of its Azure Data Box Edge brings battery-powered Azure cloud services to the tactical edge for the military or first responders.
Always ready to take advantage of its gigabit fiber network, Chattanooga, Tenn., launched a Testbed Corridor to study pedestrian and vehicle traffic patterns along one of the city’s central areas.
The General Services Administration and the Defense Information Systems Agency, which partnered on the Defense Enterprise Office Solutions cloud contract, have pulled an award to General Dynamics and will re-do the competition.
Drones are relatively cheap technologies for military use, but they potentially leave open opportunities for cyber criminals and perhaps even cyber warfare.
Information security research and hacking are creating positive developments for the public and private sectors.
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