The Annual Prize Reporting tool lets agencies export data on their challenges to a CSV file that can be saved locally.
Many computerized voting machines widely used today do not provide a paper record, forcing voters to trust a system of which they are increasingly skeptical.
The AIR Louisville program uses smart connected inhalers that track when, where and how often asthma patients use their devices.
Blocking suspect traffic could pose a legal problem for internet service providers because they don't have liability protections and are obligated by law to continue service.
Concerns over performance, availability and control are keeping databases out of the cloud.
A NIST self-assessment tool blends organizational performance evaluation strategies from the Baldrige Performance Excellence Program with risk management standards, guidelines and best practices from the Cybersecurity Framework.
Progressive web apps work across multiple devices, are easy to develop and deploy and deliver web content to users faster, even over low-quality networks.
Sandia National Laboratories and the Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity are working together to find ways to equip computers with algorithms that can recognize visual subtleties the human brain can divine in an instant.
As recent Internet of Things-enabled DDoS attacks highlight the growing attack surface, the National Institute of Standards and Technology is releasing the latest version of Special Publication 800-160 early.
RIBridges is a single repository for client information across 48 programs and several agencies.