These 36 projects at the federal, state and local levels show just how transformative government IT can be.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention wants to use blockchain to get health responders into crisis zones faster.
The Missouri National Guard Cyber Team developed a tool that cuts the time it takes to collect information from compromised servers from two days down to 20 minutes.
The Army Cyber Command’s direct commissioning program plucks technical experts from the commercial sector.
The Small Business Administration has found new ways to meet the intent of the Trusted Internet Connections requirements without being bound to the standard architecture.
Colorado has taken the lead on implementing a critical form of backend vote verification.
The High-Fidelity Adaptive Deception and Emulation System uses cutting-edge deception environments where operators can run sting operations on those trying to break into Sandia National Laboratories’ systems.
Regardless of what did or did not happen in 2016, experts are almost unanimous in their assessment that voting machines are riddled with cybersecurity vulnerabilities.
The Lookout mobile security platform spots phishing attempts in emails, texts, social media posts, apps or websites.
A new blockchain model allows users to temporarily store, summarize or completely remove their transactions from blockchain, while maintaining the ledger's consistency.