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These valuable repositories remain exposed to an increasing amount of cyber attacks and data breaches.
Agencies must implement visibility, protective controls and continuous monitoring to mitigate the introduction of new risk from the industrial environment to the agency’s IT network.
As federal agencies continue floating infrastructure and services to the cloud, their most mission-critical cloud-based applications relate to human resources, according to a new report from research firm IDC.
The move to more sophisticated 5G mobile networks has been heralded as a leap forward for system security, but potential for on-going intrusions still exists, according to at least one industry expert.
As agencies deploy HCI, IT managers must understand the impact that apps, services and integrated components have on each other and the legacy infrastructure around them.
The Army is setting up a "provisional" enterprise cloud management office to oversee its cloud initiatives and assist in migrations and training, the Army's CIO said.
CIOs are increasingly focused on their customers, whether they are residents, employees or other state or local agencies, a new NASCIO survey says.
The California Earthquake Early Warning System sends alerts via two delivery systems: a smartphone app and government's Integrated Public Alert and Warning System typically used to deliver AMBER and weather alerts to cell phones.
The University of Michigan's Mcity campus now features a 5G network for smart city autonomous vehicle safety testing.
The Army wants to spend $700 million on cloud and data by 2025, but a lack of funding or a potential delay in the JEDI cloud contract is a concern.
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