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Thinking ahead and taking protective steps can help reduce the effects of cybersecurity incidents on both individuals and organizations.
A drone platform allows dispatchers to automatically send a unit to emergency locations to give responding rescue teams real-time situational awareness as they approach an emergency site.
Data-driven insights help agencies balance ensuring a program's integrity even when there are limited resources to investigate or fix identified problems.
A pilot program showed how agencies could conduct privacy-protecting cross-agency data analysis of personal information by secure multiparty computation.
Three weeks after being hit by a ransomware attack, the city is just starting to recover. What can other government IT shops learn?
The new towers will improve connectivity for first responders and expand rural broadband access for local communities.
The Replica technology takes de-identified location data from cellphones and pulls it into a dashboard that shows how, when, where and why people actually move around the city.
The Massachusetts Army National Guard is building a cyber and network security themed escape room it can take to schools to get students interested in cybersecurity.
San Francisco's ban on facial-recognition puts the city at risk of not only falling behind on technological innovation, but returning digital workflows to manual processes, experts say.
Although the security updates to the Election Assistance Commission's new Voluntary Voting System Guidelines 2.0 are sorely needed, the approval and updating process can't keep up with technological changes.
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