Gains in the accuracy of facial recognition technology over the last four years have been "revolutionary and not evolutionary," according to an expert from the National Institute of Standards and Technology.
The Department of Health and Human Services is making a big push to have the first blockchain-based program in the federal government that gains an authority to operate.
By building visual representations of the connections in the data, Beagle makes it much easier to connect the dots and ultimately understand how scam networks operate.
In a world of real adversaries and malicious attackers, government can no longer live with employees' unforced errors.
Exponential change is coming, one expert says. But that doesn't necessarily mean public-sector jobs will disappear.
Focusing on costs limits agencies' ability to see how the cloud can accelerate agility and productivity.
When Joshua Tauberer found a typo in the District of Columbia’s legal code, he corrected it with a GitHub pull request – an action that’s possible only because D.C. publishes its code on the online hosting service.
Department of Homeland Security is calling on entrepreneurs and small businesses to help improve its emergency response, law enforcement, border protection and cyber risk management capabilities.
As emergency communications move to wireless broadband networks, the National Institute of Standards and Technology drafts a report that analyzes the cybersecurity of mobile and wearable devices.
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