The Defense Information Systems Agency hopes to have a viable mobile authentication alternative to the common access card in the next year.
As the federal government is taking steps to lock down communications networks, agencies are considering how to help the smaller rural telecom firms pay to replace their Chinese-made equipment.
Advanced artificial intelligence and machine learning can deliver automated incident response solutions for routine incidents, freeing up scarce security analysts to conduct complex threat analysis.
The cybersecurity services will help address some of the most common digital threats -- from phishing attacks and email compromise to data theft or loss of campaign donor information, polling data and other sensitive data.
Voting Village co-founders argue the myriad vulnerabilities that exist throughout a machine's lifecycle can be easily exploited by well-resourced and creative hackers.
These 40 projects at the federal, state and local levels show just how transformative government IT can be.
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.