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.
By helping evaluate technology providers, setting up digital tools for community partners or explaining security and privacy controls, IT professionals can help boost census engagement.
The federal government would benefit from considering lessons learned from open government activities in other countries and at state and local levels.
Our elections infrastructure demands a multilayered response requiring many actors, bold ideas and fervent pursuits -- no one solution will be enough.
Election officials broadly support paper ballots and post-election audits, but two-thirds said they don't have the money to replace their machines in a timely fashion, according to a new report by the Brennan Center for Justice.
Leveraging private threat researchers' deep knowledge of the cyber underground gives government investigators information and perspective that can make a critical difference in solving cyber crimes and stopping future attacks.
States waiting for Voluntary Voting System Guidelines may be not have time to test their systems against the new standards before the 2020 election.
Symantec's annual internet threat report credited the U.S. government and social media companies with using a mix of intelligence, bot tracking and lessons learned from the 2016 election to identify and close thousands of accounts and pages believed to be associated with foreign influence campaigns.