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The Government Accountability Office selected 10 systems that have unsupported hardware and software, are using outdated languages or operating with known security vulnerabilities.
Moving nearly 100 agencies and more than 36,000 employees to Google’s G Suite cloud-based office productivity solution has helped the state consolidate and modernize systems.
As 5G starts to roll out, cities are laying the groundwork to take advantage of the technology. But not everyone is a fan.
AWS CEO calls for federal regulation of facial recognition technology and the National Institute of Standards and Technology issues a report on hypervisor vulnerabilities.
With new 5G networking equipment on the horizon, quantum-encrypted communications would ensure virtually unhackable transmissions, no matter what vulnerabilities exist in devices.
Virginia and Maryland responders participated in a search and rescue exercise that tapped FirstNet's mobile communication links.
Forge.AI uses artificial intelligence and natural language processing to turn unstructured information into machine-readable data so it can be ingested by analytical systems in real time.
With the rate of cloud authorizations growing, Coalfire identifies seven trends driving increased agency participation in the Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program.
Spectrum set aside for Dedicated Short Range Communications may be opened up to unlicensed use to help accelerate deployment of next-generation Wi-Fi, which will bolster emerging 5G wireless communications.
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