The Defense Information Systems Agency hopes to have a viable mobile authentication alternative to the common access card in the next year.
The FBI has added a "dual route" capability to its eGuardian incident reporting platform that allows the bureau to send terror threat notices to its field offices and to state law enforcement fusion centers.
As the federal government is taking steps to lock down communications networks, agencies are considering how to help the smaller rural telecom firms pay to replace their Chinese-made equipment.
Best in Class recognitions showcase the potential of IoT, advanced analytics and creative public-private partnerships.
Advanced artificial intelligence and machine learning can deliver automated incident response solutions for routine incidents, freeing up scarce security analysts to conduct complex threat analysis.
The four test sites can provide access to the technologies and facilities vital to 5G, including local spectrum bands, mature fiber optic cable and wireless infrastructure.
The Defense Information Systems Agency has moved nearly 30 of its own unclassified applications to MilCloud 2.0 and plans to begin migrations to the classified version later this year.
The company continues to claim that giant cloud procurement has been tainted from inception by alleged conflicts of interest involving Defense Department employees.
Officials in Cuyahoga County, Ohio, are looking to digitize and automate paper-based process at several agencies through the Startup in Residence program.
The cybersecurity services will help address some of the most common digital threats -- from phishing attacks and email compromise to data theft or loss of campaign donor information, polling data and other sensitive data.
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