A combination of quantum key distribution and quantum resistant algorithms offers a defense-in-depth approach to the problems we face from quantum computers.
By investing dollars and resources in digital transformation, measurement and talent, government agencies can better align their services with citizen’s expectations and drive meaningful innovation for future constituents.
The U.S. Transportation Department is looking to partner with state, local and tribal governments on developing data analysis tools to improve roadway safety.
Although automation is essential to a customer-centric, digital government, not every manual or error-prone process can be fixed with robotic process automation or artificial intelligence, according to a group of government experts.
The Federal Protective Service automated much of the information collection and analysis to identify security-related deficiencies at federal facilities and recommend countermeasure and mitigation measures.
Automation and artificial intelligence present unprecedented opportunities for increased efficiency, system reliability and cost savings in network operations.
Users need good reasons to leave their reality behind and immerse themselves in a virtual one.
Identifying the vulnerabilities that pose the most imminent threat and have the capability to cause widespread damage can make patching both practical and sustainable.
Though it will take some time to resolve the protests to the Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure contract and deploy the infrastructure, the march to the cloud moves on unabated.
The best way to protect the public interest is to remove internet service from the commercial market and treat broadband as a public utility.