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No single defense can protect every part of a democratic system and society, so elections officials must evaluate what attackers are likely to be after and what’s at stake.
Two years after an award to AT&T for a nationwide broadband public safety network, work on expanding the infrastructure and increasing the number of devices, apps and APIs designed for responders has been picking up steam.
Tech and government advocacy groups are urging states to reject proposed legislation requiring keystroke-level oversight in service of greater billing transparency.
New technologies and data sources are helping officials prepare residents in flood-prone areas ahead of rising waters.
An agreement between FirstNet and the University of Mississippi Medical Center will help deliver potential life-saving support to rural residents in real time.
Locales with research universities and a large proportion of college-educated people tend to attract more high-tech investment, but there are other ways regions can become centers of innovation.
While there's a fundamental need for overall system modernization, state motor vehicle departments can make specific, near-term upgrades that will improve a portion of the DMV experience for both citizens and staff.
Corrections agencies can’t afford to have network gaps, especially where the outside world meets internal resources.
With a new collection of open-source tools and code wrappers, network forensic investigators can capture, selectively analyze and reconstruct files from network traffic. The all-in-one toolkit is free for law enforcement teams in the U.S.
While cities are gaining unexpected insights from data streaming from LED streetlights, many may have trouble actually ingesting the volume of data.
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