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.
Automated systems that teach themselves can be manipulated by adversaries.
In an effort to make state government websites more secure, Georgia officials are switching to the encrypted website protocol platformwide.
The deadline for feedback on a portion of SP 800-63-3 is now May 1.
A pair cybersecurity experts have published an essay that discusses the practical, technological and legal implications of encryption workarounds.
The Indian Health Service wants a standardized, scalable solution to increase efficiency.
As facial recognition becomes more common in immigration and law enforcement applications, we must understand the issues of accuracy, privacy and ethics this new capability raises.
The Department of Homeland Security is not seeking control of election-related critical infrastructure, but state and local election officials remain wary.
With the right network infrastructure, agencies moving to the cloud can tap into better security and greater flexibility for growth.