The Social Security Administration is fighting synthetic identity fraud through a new enrollment service that emphasizes authentication and authorization.
These projects at the federal, state and local levels show just how transformative government IT can be.
Using 5G to automate security operations increases agencies’ adaptability, speed, integration and automation -- all crucial features of efficient, trusted government services delivery.
The Election Infrastructure Government Coordinating Council said that "[t]here is no evidence that any voting system deleted or lost votes, changed votes, or was in any way compromised.”
With secure access service edge, everything an agency needs is located in a consistent, cohesive and integrated platform.
Through a demonstration of the technology, the Army expects to learn whether facial recognition technologies can improve family quality of life, reduce base costs and enhance mission readiness.
COVID-19 systemic stresses have made state and local organizations an easy target for industrious hackers.
The General Services Administration’s mismanagement of the personal identity verification cards it issued to contract employees raises significant security concerns, according to a report from agency's inspector general.
The convergence of networking and security improves visibility, encourages the orchestration of security policies and promotes a unified threat response.
As the attack surface shifts from the voting process to certification of results, ransomware attacks and disinformation campaigns are likely to continue until all results are certified.