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Federal agencies are coming under increasing criticism for their inability to remedy known cybersecurity vulnerabilities.
The Defense Department has developed a device that uses an infrared laser to detect unique cardiac signatures of people 200 meters away.
Agencies must assume they may fall victim to an attack and make adequate investments in data storage and disaster recovery technologies.
Digital identity management has evolved to take full advantage of security features offered by smart mobile devices.
The Chinese manufacturer's Government Edition platform was created specifically for use by government agencies requiring advanced security.
A new report aims to help organizations manage the cybersecurity and privacy risks associated with the increasing number of internet-of-things devices.
A draft version of the guidance lays out 31 new recommendations to help contractors working on critical government programs protect controlled unclassified information in their systems.
Transportation Security Administration is looking for more ways to get travelers through airport checkpoints more efficiently without compromising security.
Following cyber hygiene best practices will ensure agencies can keep their systems healthy, provide high-value cybersecurity and remain agile and responsive to citizen needs.
The Department of Homeland Security wants to improve the data analysis capabilities of its forthcoming cloud-based biometric identification platform.
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