The Defense Department’s High Performance Computing Modernization Program leverages HPC resources to speed response to changes in the cyber environment.
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.
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.
National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency automated its authority to operate evaluation process to calculate risk management scores.
The zero-trust solution securely connects employees directly to cloud services and internet destinations, regardless of device, location or network.
Ohio’s Digital Identity program simplifies agencies’ identity solutions and delivers cost savings, improved security and greater efficiency.
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.
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.
Antivirus and firewall solutions will stop commodity and automated attacks, but agencies must deploy defense-in-depth strategies.
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.