The pandemic has demonstrated that data-centered leaders must become a part of the emergency response playbook.
Gwinnett County, Ga., could recoup about $50,000 per month from 19 commercial water meters that have been incorrectly measuring flow, based on discrepancies discovered by edge technology.
Despite more funding and promises from tech companies, only a multifaceted, polycentric approach that makes changes up and down the stack will be up to the task, experts say.
In light of revelations that the Russian intelligence services placed malware in the election registration systems of at least two Florida counties in 2016, one expert describes the vulnerabilities of the U.S. election system.
High-profile cyber incidents such as the ransomware attacks that shut down Baltimore and Atlanta have made localities more aware of threats, but without staff and budgetary resources, their ability to take action is limited.
The nation’s first statewide public infrastructure for the internet of things is being designed by researchers at Cornell University.
By implementing advanced digital identity verification, agencies can adapt to the modern fraud landscape and prevent cybercriminals from obtaining benefits on behalf of someone else, ultimately protecting their citizens from fraud.
New York’s Office of Information Technology Services formed a COVID-19 Technology SWAT Team to build IT solutions quickly -- and at no cost.
As election officials face unprecedented challenges and the presidential election looms, many are turning to one another for tips on how to manage the significant changes in how people vote, especially those involving polling places.
Analytics technology can pore through thousands of unemployment claims filed across many different accounts, reducing fraud and adding speed and confidence to the payment process.