With user error the largest risk factor, agency IT teams should leverage automated backup and restoration technology to guarantee the security and accessibility of cloud data.
Resources, technology and partnerships have helped New York City battle cybercrime and enhance digital protections.
The Department of Homeland Security is working to expand the Continuous Diagnostics and Mitigation program to mobile devices.
There are now 87 Albert sensors actively supporting election infrastructure at the state and county levels.
Dynamic, role-based SSH certificates can eliminate security burdens from DevOps and contribute to a more efficient and secure network that serves all users.
The FBI wants to teach its Next Generation Identification system to spot and match fingerprints that have been altered.
The maker of LinkNYC and LinkNWK Wi-Fi kiosks are rolling out an app to encrypt communications between the hotspots and user devices.
The Commerce Department's "software bill of materials" initiative could give IT managers a better sense of what is in their enterprise software.
To boost cybersecurity efforts ahead of the November elections, a number of companies are offering election officials and campaigns free security tools.
These 36 projects at the federal, state and local levels show just how transformative government IT can be.