Hackers can be categorized by the essential and universal traits they share, a developer says.
The proposed State Cyber Resiliency Act would create a dedicated grant program to help states protect themselves against cybersecurity threats and better identify, detect, respond to and recover from attacks.
The Salesforce Service Cloud Einstein is helping Denver’s 311 service automatically classify and escalate calls as they come in.
Through incremental cloud adoption, agencies can find out what solutions fit best.
Data-driven government that meets citizen demands while keeping budgets in check is top of mind for Utah’s CTO Dave Fletcher.
Revenue from “premium processing” of H1-B visas has been spent on U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services’ efforts digitize the larger immigration system, ProPublica reports.
A low-key competition for engineers tested techniques for sending and receiving information, like real-time intelligence data over the least crowded spectral bands.
The shortcomings of today’s artificial intelligence technologies are often the result of our own biases, a Rand report says.
Tech advances have spurred more efficient information sharing among counterterror components, but some operational gaps still exist, according to a joint audit by inspectors general at the Justice Department and the Department of Homeland Security.
As multiple levels of government are often involved in responding to major incidents, agencies are banding together to develop a regional or statewide approach to critical communications.