A wireless device detection system that scans facility airspace 24/7 can help agencies enforce policies and defend against a wide variety of threats, ranging from rogue state actors to employees bringing in their own wireless access points.
The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency Emergency wants insight on evolving technologies that can provide secure priority voice, data and information services across all types of existing networks, under all conditions.
A new self-learning system uses machine learning to improve the coordination of vehicles passing through intersections.
Integrating a city's IT infrastructure with data from social media and smart devices can help improve the detection and mitigation of outbreaks.
Facial recognition technology and the analysis of cell phone location data and social media posts is expanding the reach of law enforcement investigations.
Despite its potential, low-latency edge cloud for smart cities unlikely to make a major impact this year, a new report predicts.
To crack down on security risks from unmanned aerial systems, the General Services Administration said its multiple awards schedules will only offer small drones approved by the Defense Innovation Unit’s Blue sUAS Program.
The Defense Department and the National Telecommunications and Information Administration announced plans to issue a challenge to accelerate development of software and telecom technologies for an open 5G stack ecosystem in support of DOD missions.
After addressing networking and collaboration issues, cities should expect economic slowdowns, budget reductions, a return to growth and the eventual return to what IDC calls “the next normal.”
As attackers become more refined and nuanced in their approach -- from building adversarial machine learning models to model poisoning -- they could completely disrupt an agency’s artificial-intelligence-related efforts.