Even with many security measures automated, widespread furloughs would create vulnerabilities.
Agencies have improved compliance with FISMA requirements, but checking all the boxes has not translated into taking full advantage of the enhancements that are available.
DHS plans to use video footage shot at a hockey game to compare the capabilities of facial recognition systems.
FCW focuses on the business of federal technology, but really — who doesn't like lasers and robots?
NIST's preliminary cybersecurity framework, due in October, is essentially complete.
The personnel responsible for securing federal data in the cloud would likely stay on the job, experts say.
Government needs new rules to handle digital information.
The technology of big data is important, but openness and stakeholder input are what really make a difference.
A survey reveals that many federal security professionals find the framework inadequate and outdated.
In the digital age, just what constitutes voluntary work?
A six-month launch delay for NOAA's next-generation geostationary satellites could mean the agency will violate its policy of always having a backup weather satellite in orbit.
The high cost and uncertainty of returns of in-memory computing platforms previously kept all but the most cash-flush organizations or agencies from exploring the technology, which allows rapid access to vast volumes of data.