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  • Better cybersecurity through high-performance computing

    The Defense Department’s High Performance Computing Modernization Program leverages HPC resources to speed response to changes in the cyber environment.

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    Austin helps homeless bridge the digital divide

    The blockchain-based service provides a secure way for people affected by homelessness to store and access records needed to obtain services such as housing, employment and health care.

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    Filling the cyber talent pipeline

    The Energy Department’s Savannah River Site is partnering with a local university to offer specializations in network security, cryptography, ethical hacking, cyber defense, digital forensics and cyber ethics.

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    NGA speeds ATOs for low-risk systems

    National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency automated its authority to operate evaluation process to calculate risk management scores.

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    TIC in the cloud

    The zero-trust solution securely connects employees directly to cloud services and internet destinations, regardless of device, location or network.

  • CitizenConnect streamlines government service delivery

    Streamlined security with single sign on

    Ohio’s Digital Identity program simplifies agencies’ identity solutions and delivers cost savings, improved security and greater efficiency.

  • Access Boston portal (City of Boston/YouTube)

    An identity crisis no more

    With the Access Boston portal, city employees can use a single sign-on to access many central applications that the Department of Innovation and Technology runs, such as the intranet and building maintenance requests.

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    Is the US losing the artificial intelligence arms race?

    The United States has the world’s largest intelligence budget; the most popular hardware, software and technology companies; and the most advanced cyberwarfare capabilities, but these advantages may not last forever.

  • The rise of ransomware

    How to fight back against ransomware

    Antivirus and firewall solutions will stop commodity and automated attacks, but agencies must deploy defense-in-depth strategies.

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    5 milestones that created the internet, 50 years after the first network message

    Fifty years ago, a UCLA computer science professor and his student sent the first message over the predecessor to the internet, a network called ARPANET.

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