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Amid privacy concerns and recent research showing racial disparities in the accuracy of facial recognition technology, some city and state officials are proposing to limit its use.
Agencies should build a cyber-savvy team, create stronger bonds with outside partners and deploy tools and training necessary to keep cyber threats at bay.
Security automation can help agencies meet challenges brought on by. unexpected staff and technology changes.
The Maryland Motor Vehicle Administration has asked law enforcement officials to confiscate licenses from drivers they stop if the driver is on the MVA’s list to provide additional documentation.
The chair of the Supply Chain Task Force told a government advisory panel that a taxonomy of IT and communications sector risks is in the final stages of approval.
Technical glitches, delays and miscommunication are roiling the Real ID implementation in some states, calling into question whether residents will have the secure driver’s license needed to travel by air or enter government restricted areas after October 2020.
On-device audio masking can limit the exposure of users' confidential conversations without crippling the power of voice-enabled smart devices.
New York City's Cyber Command built an open-source, cloud-based data pipeline -- a security log aggregation platform that analysts use to quickly detect and mitigate cyber threats.
Liveness detection reduces the risk of spoofing by using advanced technologies ensure that biological identifiers are from the proper user and not from someone else.
Despite enthusiasm for more privacy rules by legislators and their constituents, many states found themselves bogged down this year in both the details of high-tech operations and industry complaints.
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