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In Mississippi last week, a seamless performance by a new set of voting machines took place amid widespread anxiety about election integrity.
As smart city technologies pushes data processing further to the edge, the attack surface increases and cities risk losing control of their systems.
Because adversaries recognize that government cannot afford to shut down during a contentious election season, agencies must be prepared.
Resilient, secure and interoperable systems are the focus of the newest update to the National Emergency Communications Plan.
Data science and artificial intelligence could help planners, first responders and governments adapt to the huge challenges of climate change.
Voting machine companies and other vendors operate with near-complete autonomy unlike other heavily regulated critical infrastructure sectors, according to a new report from the Brennan Center for Justice.
The FBI has added a "dual route" capability to its eGuardian incident reporting platform that allows the bureau to send terror threat notices to its field offices and to state law enforcement fusion centers.
Best in Class recognitions showcase the potential of IoT, advanced analytics and creative public-private partnerships.
Officials in Cuyahoga County, Ohio, are looking to digitize and automate paper-based process at several agencies through the Startup in Residence program.
The cybersecurity services will help address some of the most common digital threats -- from phishing attacks and email compromise to data theft or loss of campaign donor information, polling data and other sensitive data.
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